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Effective Date: 10/01/2003, Docket: RP00-477-005, Status: Effective

Sixth Revised Sheet No. 213 Sixth Revised Sheet No. 213 : Effective

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 213



Rate Schedule LMS - PA

Load Management Service - Pooling Area (continued)



7. Monthly Imbalances


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

of Daily Imbalances for all points covered by the Balancing Agreement

adjusted for make-up quantities and imbalance trading transactions.

When a Balancing Party is a supply aggregator who has executed a Supply

Aggregation Service Agreement, the daily imbalance shall be the

difference, by Supply Area or Market Area 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 during the month, each month

Transporter and Balancing Party shall "cash out" the actual monthly

imbalance. To determine the % monthly imbalance, Transporter shall

divide the lesser of the monthly imbalance based on Operational Data or

the actual monthly imbalance by the total scheduled quantities for all

days of the month for all points covered by the Balancing Agreement,

then multiply by 100.