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Effective Date: 11/01/2000, Docket: RP01- 19-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 37A Original Sheet No. 37A : Superseded





Load Management Service - Receipt Points



(d) Transporter shall not access any Daily Variance Charges against Shippers

or Balancing Parties whose scheduled and flowing services are bumped as a

result of an intra-day nomination change in accordance with Article 3,

Section 4(d) of the General Terms and Conditions of Transporter's FERC

Gas Tariff. This waiver of Daily Variance Charges shall apply only for

the day(s) on which the services were bumped.


5. Unauthorized Overrun


On any day when a Balancing Party tenders gas in excess of the Daily Limit

applicable to a receipt point, an unauthorized overrun charge of fifteen dollars

($15.00) for each Dth of excess volumes delivered will be assessed. The Daily

Limit shall be specified for each receipt point in an Operational Flow Order

issued under Article VIII of the General Terms and Conditions of Transporter's



6. Monthly Imbalances


(a) A Balancing Party's monthly imbalance shall be the net total of daily

variances from all points covered by the Receipt Point OBA. For supply

aggregators under Rate Schedule SA, the daily variance shall be the

difference, by pooling area, between actual deliveries under the Supply

Aggregation Service Agreement and the actual quantities received at all

points covered by such Agreement. Unless Transporter and Balancing Party

mutually agree to correct the imbalance in kind on a nondiscriminatory

basis, each month Transporter and Balancing Party shall "cash out" any

imbalance between receipts and Scheduled Quantities at receipt points

covered by the Receipt Point OBA. Transporter shall divide the monthly

imbalance by the sum of the Scheduled Quantities for all days of the

month for all points covered by the OBA to determine the percent monthly

imbalance to be cashed out as set forth below: