Dauphin Island Gathering Partners

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/1999, Docket: RP99-437-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 170 First Revised Sheet No. 170 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 170


(b) The PDA for a Receipt Point(s)

interconnecting with gathering systems and/or

pipelines shall be provided by the gatherer

and/or pipeline and shall rank the various

Transportation Service Agreements to be

supplied at the Receipt Point in accordance

with one of the methodologies enumerated in

Subsection 12.2(a)(ii). In the event there

is a conflict between the foregoing

methodologies and the pipeline's provision in

its FERC Gas Tariff governing the allocations

of deliveries, said pipeline company and

Transporter shall mutually agree on the PDA

to be used; in the event they are unable to

mutually agree, the PDA shall be pro rata

based upon confirmed, scheduled nominations.

The ranking shall include the contract number

assigned by Transporter to each

Transportation Service Agreement and the name

of the Shipper thereunder.


12.3 Allocation of Actual Quantities at a Delivery



The downstream party providing the point

confirmation should submit the PDA to the

allocating party after or during confirmation and

before start of gas day. The PDA shall provide

for the allocation of the actual quantities of gas

in Dth delivered each day for the account of its

Shippers at each Delivery Point. The PDA types

agreed upon are as follows:


(a) ranked by the order in which the

Transportation Service Agreements are to be



(b) pro rata based on confirmed nominations;


(c) percentage of the total gas delivered by

Transporter at the Delivery Point;


(d) designation of a "swing" Transportation

Service Agreement for delivery quantity

imbalances; or,


(e) Operator Provided Value