Granite State Gas Transmission, Inc.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/03/2020, Docket: RP99-286-002, Status: Accepted

Sub First Revised Sheet No. 150 Sub First Revised Sheet No. 150 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 150





(Load Management Service)



6. Monthly Imbalances (continued)


(d) Limitation on Penalties - Any imbalances caused by an

event which excuses performance under Article 9 of the

General Terms and Conditions or caused by an action of

Transporter, including providing the Delivery Point

Operator inaccurate imbalance information at points with

Electronic Data as set forth in 6(b) above.


Furthermore, affected Operator(s) shall be exempt from

Transporter's Unauthorized Overrun penalties for any imbalances

associated with complying with an Operational Flow Order (OFO)

issued pursuant to Article 32 of the General Terms and Conditions

of Transporter's Tariff, and shall be provided an additional 30

days to correct such OFO-related imbalance.


(e) Operational Integrity - Nothing in this Section 6 shall limit

Transporter's right to take action as may be required to adjust

receipts and deliveries of gas in order to alleviate conditions

which threaten the integrity of its system, or the ability of

Transporter to transport quantities scheduled by any Shipper.



7. Reconciliation


Reconciliation of LMS Charges and Penalties - All Daily

Variance charges, Monthly Cash Outs and Unauthorized

Overrun Penalty charges received or paid by Transporter in

accordance with Sections 4, 5, and 6(b) that are in excess

of or deficient from Transporter's costs, including, but not

limited to, (1) transactions with Transporter in accordance

with Section 6(b), (2) imbalance charges and cash outs billed

to the Transporter by the interconnecting upstream pipelines,

(3) Transporter's fuel and loss costs properly allocable to

Delivery Point Operators, and (4) administrative costs

associated with this reconciliation, will be reconciled on

an annual basis pro rata based on transportation imbalance

quantities of the Delivery Point Operator. The amounts

received and paid by Transporter will be reconciled with a

filing by November 1 of each year with carrying charges at

the Commission-approved interest rate prescribed in

Section 154.501(d) of the Commission's regulations.

Transporter may file interim reconciliations between such

annual reconciliations.