Young Gas Storage Company, Ltd.

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Effective Date: 08/01/2010, Docket: RP10-921-000, Status: Effective

Sixth Revised Sheet No. 68 Sixth Revised Sheet No. 68

Superseding: Fifth Revised Sheet No. 68





6.1(e) (Continued)


(iv) When a previously Confirmed and Scheduled Quantity is

altered, notification of such alteration should be

provided to all of the Parties below that are affected:

1) Confirmation Requester in a Confirmation Response

(or unsolicited Confirmation Response as applicable)

document by the Confirming Party; 2) Confirming Party

in a Request for Confirmation document by the

Confirmation Requester; 3) Service Requester(s) in a

Scheduled Quantity document by the applicable

Confirming Party or Confirmation Requester on whose

system the Service Requester(s) Nomination(s) were

made. (NAESB Standard 1.3.44)



1. Applicable notification(s) of such alterations

should be provided to the affected Parties

reasonably proximate in time to the time during

which the event causing the alteration was acted

upon by the Confirmation Requester or Confirming

Party, respectively. With respect to the

implementation of this process via the 1.4.x

standards, Confirming Parties should send the

applicable document(s) to the applicable Party(ies)

no later than the next time they are slated to

communicate Confirmations or Scheduled Quantities

(as applicable). (NAESB Standard 1.3.44)


2. Transportation Service Provider should provide

affected Parties with notification of Intraday

Bumps, Operational Flow Orders and other Critical

Notices through the affected Party's choice of

Electronic Notice Delivery Mechanism(s). (NAESB

Standard 5.3.34) "Electronic Notice Delivery" is

the term used to describe the delivery of notices

via Internet E-mail and/or EDI/EDM. (NAESB Standard



(v) Intraday Bump notices should indicate whether daily

penalties will apply for the Gas Day for which

quantities are reduced. (NAESB Standard 1.3.51)