National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/1996, Docket: RP95- 31-011, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 188 Second Revised Sheet No. 188 : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 188






schedules, receipts will be prorated among Shippers on the

basis of the receipts scheduled by Transporter for each Shipper

under all rate schedules.


(c) Allocation of Receipts Among Services.


(i) Where a Shipper proposes to deliver gas to

Transporter at a receipt point or a combination of

receipt points under more than one Rate Schedule or

agreement, Transporter may require such Shipper to

instruct Transporter with regard to the allocation of

Shipper's allocated share of receipts among services.

Shipper shall provide or cause its designee to

provide Transporter with the instructions set forth

in this Section prior to the initiation of service

and prior to each month of service thereafter. Such

information shall be supplied to Transporter

utilizing the "Pre-Determined Allocation Methodology

Form" (see Section 14.5 hereof) by 12:00 P.M. on the

day prior to commencement of service. If reasonably

practicable, Transporter will allocate receipts among

services in accordance with such instructions.


(ii) If the procedures set forth in Subsection 14.3(c)(i)

above are not sufficient to allocate receipts among

services, the following default procedure shall

apply. When Transporter receives, at any one receipt

point, on the same day, gas for the account of

Shipper under more than one rate schedule,

Transporter's actual receipts will be allocated, for

billing and gas accounting purposes, first to

scheduled receipts under the IAS Rate Schedule,

second to scheduled receipts under the FT and FST

Rate Schedules, third to scheduled receipts under the

SS-1 and SS-2 Rate Schedule, fourth to receipts under

the EFT Rate Schedule, and fifth to scheduled

receipts under the IT Rate Schedule.