Portland General Electric Company
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 08/07/2006, Docket: RP06-429-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 62 First Revised Sheet No. 62 : Effective
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 62
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
13. OPERATING CONDITIONS (Continued)
claim on such capacity by Shippers using the points as
primary Receipt Points or Delivery Points, capacity shall be
awarded to each firm Shipper on a pro rata basis as set
forth in Section 12 of the General Terms and Conditions.
Nominations by any Shipper in excess of such
Shipper's rights to throughput capacity or Receipt Point or
Delivery Point capacity will be deemed to be overrun
volumes for scheduling and curtailment purposes to the
extent that a Shipper's total nominations also exceed its
contract demand under the relevant Service Agreement.
(ii) Nominating Party/Shipper is responsible to ensure
that the gas supply is available in sufficient quantity at
the designated Receipt Point before the nominations are
communicated to Transporter. Preceding the confirmation of
nominations, Transporter has the right to verify the
consistency of each nomination with Transporter's service
agreements with Shipper(s), availability of capacity upstream
of Transporter's system, and the availability of
mainline capacity necessary to transport the gas.
Transporter may reject nominations if such information
cannot be verified. Transporter will notify Receiving
Party and/or Nominating Party and/or Shipper of the
quantity that Transporter can receive and deliver pursuant
to the procedures in Section 13.4 below.
(iii) Nominating Party/Shipper is responsible for the
accuracy of all nomination requests. Transporter will only
receive nominations by telecopy. All nomination
information, except volume data, is considered correct and
confirmed by Nominating Party when it is communicated to
(f) Segmentation of Capacity. To the extent operationally feasible,
any Shipper receiving firm Transportation Service may segment its
capacity by nominating from Receipt Points to Delivery Points along
the Transporter's pipeline.
(i) Quantities may not be nominated in any manner that is
inconsistent with these General Terms and Conditions or would
cause the quantities of gas flowing at any location in any
segment to ecxeed the Shipper's MDQ; and
(ii) If such segmentation occurs pursuant to any capacity
release, Transporter shall be entitled to ensure that
nominations of the applicable Replacement and Releasing
Shippers are not inconsistent with the limitation set forth
in Section 13(1)(e)(i) above.
(iii) To the extent operationally feasible, segmentation may
be used to complete separate forward and backhaul deliveries
to the same point.