Canyon Creek Compression Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/24/2001, Docket: RP01-515-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 122 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 122 : Effective

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 122






If estimated daily flows under a particular transportation

Agreement differ from the confirmed nominations, or if an imbalance has

occurred due to some other reason, then prospective nomination change(s)

(either receipt or delivery adjustments) may be required to bring the

receipt and delivery volumes into balance. When a Shipper receives

notification of a required change in the nomination, the Shipper shall be

responsible for informing upstream and downstream parties of the

prospective change and providing Canyon with a nomination as required in

accordance with Section 9.2 hereof.




(a) An intra-day nomination is a nomination submitted

after the Timely Nomination Cycle, defined at Section 9.2(a), whose

effective time is no earlier than the beginning of the gas Day and which

runs through the end of that Day.


(b) Canyon supports the nomination cycles set forth at

Section 9.2 during non-Critical Times. During Critical Times, valid intra-

day nominations may be submitted at any time.


(c) Canyon will provide notification of bumped volumes

through the Scheduled Quantity document, as posted on Canyon's Interactive

Website, telephone or telefax consistent with Sections 15 and 24 of the

General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff and through Electronic Notice

Delivery consistent with GISB Standards as adopted in Section 34 of these

General Terms and Conditions. During non-Critical Times, Canyon will waive

daily penalties applicable to bumped volumes on the day of the bump. Canyon

will also waive penalties if it fails to provide appropriate notice of the



(d) For services that provide for intra-day nominations

and scheduling there is no limitation as to the number of intra-day

nominations (line items as per GISB Standard 1.2.1) which a service

requester may submit at any one standard nomination cycle or in total

across all standard nomination cycles. Canyon may (for an interim period

expiring on April 1, 1999) limit Service Requesters to one transmittal of

nominations per standard intra-day nomination cycle, (excluding corrections

or errors identified in the Quick Response).


(e) Revised predetermined allocations (described in

Section 10 hereof) may need to be submitted in conjunction with the Intra-

day Nomination in order to properly allocate the gas received at the

nominated Receipt Point.