Sea Robin Pipeline Company, LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/2005, Docket: RP05-209-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 130 First Revised Sheet No. 130 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 130








each following Day of transportation service. The

working interest owner shall rank the Service

Agreements to receive its gas supplies based on one of

the following methods:


(A) Pro Rata PDA, or

(B) Ranked PDA, or

(C) Percentage PDA, or

(D) Swing PDA, or

(E) Operator Provided Value PDA.


Rankings shall include the contract number assigned by Sea

Robin to each Service Agreement and the name of the Shipper

thereunder. In the event the gas received by Sea Robin at a

Point of Receipt is from more than one production source,

the operator of the facilities immediately upstream of the

Point of Receipt shall provide an allocation of the gas it

will deliver to the Point of Receipt from each production

source pursuant to one of the methods under Section 4.9(b)

(1) (A-E) above. The operators of each production source

and the working interest owners of each production source

shall provide the operator of the facilities immediately

upstream of the Point of Receipt allocations of their gas

pursuant to Section 4.9(b)(1) and Section 4.9(b)(2) above,

respectively. The PDA shall be provided by each party

under this Section for each line item nomination provided

by Sea Robin for confirmation. Sea Robin shall then use

the predetermined priority provided by Shipper in its

nomination for applying the PDA to the Package ID level

within the line item nomination level.


(c) Pipeline Interconnects


The predetermined allocation statement for Point(s) of

Receipt interconnecting with third-party transporters shall

be provided by the third-party transporter and shall rank

the various Service Agreements to be supplied at the Point

of Receipt in accordance with one of the methodologies

enumerated in Section 4.9(b)(1) above, or as provided

below, which are the NAESB-approved allocation methodology

types. In the event there is a conflict between the

foregoing methodologies and the third-party transporter's