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

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 85A Fifth Revised Sheet No. 85A

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 85A





9.13 Recalls and Reputs of Capacity (Contd.)


(d) The recall notice may also state the length of the recall

period and will also state the conditions of any reput rights

of the Releasing Shipper and reput obligations of the

Replacement Shipper as may have been negotiated at the time of

the release (see Section 9.7(c), hereof). Unless otherwise

agreed to by Releasing Shipper and Replacement Shipper, and

Transporter is so advised, the Replacement Shipper will regain

the capacity at the end of the recall period.


(e) In the event of an intra-day capacity recall, the

Transportation Service Provider ("TSP") should determine the

allocation of capacity between the Releasing Shipper and the

Replacement Shipper(s) based upon the Elapsed Prorata Capacity

("EPC"). Variations to the use of EPC may be necessary to

reflect the nature of the TSP's tariff, services, and/or

operational characteristics. (NAESB WGQ Standard 5.3.56)


(f) If the length of the recall period is not specified in Section

9.13(c) above, or unless otherwise agreed between Releasing

Shipper, Replacement Shipper and Transporter, the Releasing

Shipper must notify Transporter and Replacement Shipper of the

intent to reput the capacity back to the Replacement Shipper.

The deadline for notifying the Transportation Service Provider

of a reput is 8:00 a.m. to allow for timely nominations to flow

on the next gas day (NAESB WGQ Standard 5.3.54). When capacity

is recalled, it may not be reput for the same gas day (NAESB

WGQ Standard 5.3.53).


(g) Transporter shall not assess penalties during non-critical

periods on transactions related to quantities recalled during

an Intraday scheduling cycle.