National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/14/2004, Docket: RP04-591-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 383 First Revised Sheet No. 383 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 383







14.4 Allocation of Deliveries


(a) Transporter will use the best information it has available in

order to allocate deliveries to Service Agreements.

Transporter strongly encourages Shippers to complete and

submit a Pre-Determined Allocation Methodology via its Web



(b) Where (i) more than one Shipper, or (ii) a Shipper with more

than one Service Agreement, requests deliveries of gas from

Transporter at a delivery point, Transporter may require

Operator to instruct Transporter with regard to the allocation

of such Shippers' respective allocated shares of deliveries

among Service Agreements. Such Operator shall provide or

cause their designee(s) to provide Transporter with the

instructions set forth in this section prior to the initiation

of service. Such information shall be provided to Transporter

by submitting a Pre-Determined Allocation Methodology before

the start of the gas day.


If the Pre-Determined Allocation Methodology for a Delivery

Point identifies a Service Agreement, other than the Service

Agreement with the party operating facilities that

interconnect with Transporter's system at that Delivery Point,

to be allocated the last quantities of gas through the meter,

the Shipper whose service agreement has been identified must

agree to the allocation methodology before it may become



(c) The "types of allocation methodologies" is a list from which

two parties may agree. If the two parties cannot agree upon

an allocation methodology, pro rata based upon confirmed

nominations should be used as the default method. The party

responsible for custody transfer (the party performing the

measurement function) should provide the allocation.