Nora Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/1997, Docket: RP97-105-004, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 165 Second Revised Sheet No. 165 : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 165


(iii) Tender nominations relating to existing service


(iv) Review scheduled quantities at the end of each

day including intra-day nominations and any other

scheduling changes for each Customer;

(v) Review the availability of capacity at mainline receipt

and delivery points on Pipeline, including the

availability of capacity for service under any of

Pipeline's rate schedules, whether the capacity is

available from Pipeline directly, through the capacity

release program, or upon termination of a long-term

agreement is also available via EDI;

(vi) To allow Releasing Customers to directly post

offers and Bidders to directly post bids for released

capacity, or review bids submitted by other parties; all

bids for released capacity or requests for Pipeline

capacity will be recorded by date and time of day of

receipt, but capacity will be awarded based on the

earliest executed service agreement is also available

via EDI;

(vii) Submit a bid for available capacity under expiring

long term contracts, or review bids submitted by

other parties is also available via EDI;

(viii) Review Pipeline's interruptible and firm transportation


(ix) Review Pipeline's FERC Gas Tariff, including current

rates for all rate schedules;

(x) Index of Customers;

(xi) Other information on transactions with affiliates as

required by the Commission's Order 467 and 566 such as an

affiliate allocation log, 24 hr. discount postings, etc.;

(xii) Review a compilation of total capacity on Pipeline, the

availability of capacity on both a firm and

interruptible basis, and review primary capacity

entitlements at each delivery point on the Pipeline's


(xiii) Make request for archived material from Pipeline in an

electronic format;

(xiv) Receive information concerning the issuance, operation

and termination of any OFO as provided in Section 16; and

(xv) Critical notices are defined to pertain to

information on the Pipeline's conditions that affect

scheduling or adversely affect scheduled gas flow.

Critical system-wide notices will be in a separate

category from notices that are not critical and

information prescribed by various provisions of this

Tariff. This information will also be available via