Tuscarora Gas Transmission Company

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/02/1998, Docket: RP98-428-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 37 Third Revised Sheet No. 37 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 37





Linepack Change = The change which occurred during the Measurement

Month in linepack gas contained within

Transporter's System, including changes due to

company use of gas for fuel or otherwise.


Prior Account = Any measurement variance gas which has been over

or under collected during the month prior to the

Measurement Month.


Forecasted Receipts

For The Applicable

Month = The forecasted receipts for the month in

which the measurement variance will be



A positive Measurement Variance Gas Factor represents a loss in

Transporter's Measurement Variance Gas. A negative Measurement

Variance Gas Factor represents a gain in Transporter's

Measurement Variance Gas.


2.26 Fuel Reimbursement.


(a) Where fuel reimbursement is in kind, the standard fuel

calculation mechanism, as this is related to the nomination

process, should be (1-fuel%/100) multiplied by receipt

quantity = delivery quantity.


(b) For current in-kind fuel reimbursement procedures, fuel rates

should be made effective only at the beginning of the month.


2.27 Nomination. The level of information required to define a

nomination for communications purposes is a line item containing

all defined components.


2.28 Intra-Day Nomination. The term "intra-day nomination" is a

nomination submitted after the nomination deadline whose effective

time is no earlier than the beginning of the gas day and runs

through the end of that gas day.


2.29 Data Elements. All trading partners should accept all GISB

standard data elements. Usage should be characterized as either

mandatory, conditional, sender's option, business conditional, and

mutually agreeable.


Mandatory (M) means the data element (information) must be

supplied in the transaction.