Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company, LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/29/2009, Docket: RP09-558-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 421 First Revised Sheet No. 421

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 421









28.1 (d) Seller will use reasonable efforts to accommodate nominations received after ID2

process as identified in Section 28.1(c)(iii) above provided that:


(i) confirmation of the receipt and delivery quantities is possible with the

affected point operators; and


(ii) it is operationally feasible to accommodate the requested nomination.


(e) Elapsed-prorated-scheduled quantity means that portion of the scheduled quantity

that would have theoretically flowed up to the effective time of the Intraday

Nomination being confirmed, based upon a cumulative uniform hourly quantity for

each nomination period affected. Elapsed-prorata-scheduled quantity will apply

to all nomination decreases submitted in the ID1 and ID2 cycles.


(f) Seller will publish all bumping notices on 1Line as expeditiously as possible.


(g) For services that provide for intraday nominations and scheduling, there is no

limitation as to the number of intraday nominations (line items as per NAESB

Standard 1.2.1) which a service requester may submit at any one standard

nomination cycle or in total across all standard nomination cycles.


28.2 Allocation of Capacity. In reaching its determination of capacity which Seller

anticipates that it will have available to satisfy Buyers' requests for services each

day, Seller will use the following order of priority and procedures.


(a) In the event that Seller is required to allocate capacity on its system, it shall

give first priority to firm transportation service scheduled within firm

transportation contract entitlements. To the extent capacity remains, it shall

be allocated among Buyers in the following order:


(i) first, to Buyers scheduling services pursuant to Section 2.8 of Seller's

FT and FT-G Rate Schedules, or Section 2.5 of Seller's FTN Rate Schedule,

or Section 2.6 of Seller's FDLS Rate Schedule; and


(ii) then, ratably as a class, to Buyers paying the maximum rate under the IT

Rate Schedule, contracts or Service Agreements scheduling interruptible

service to feed downstream firm service arrangements (as described in

Section 3.9 of Rate Schedule IT), regardless of the date of such

contracts or Service Agreements, provided however, Buyers paying a

negotiated rate which exceeds the maximum rate will be considered for

purposes of this Section 28.2(a)(ii) to be paying the maximum rate; and


(iii) then, to all other interruptible transportation Buyers pursuant to

Section 28.2(b).