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Effective Date: 08/01/2009, Docket: RP09-815-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 122B First Revised Sheet No. 122B

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 122B





(D) In the event of an intraday capacity recall, the

Transporter shall determine the allocation of capacity

between the Releasing Shipper and the Replacement

Shipper(s) based upon the Elapsed Prorata Capacity

(EPC). Variations to the use of EPC may be necessary

to reflect the nature of the Transporter's Tariff,

services and/or operational characteristics as

specified in Section 7.2(C).


7.3 Intraday Nominations. Intraday nominations are those

identified in Section 7.2 (A)(2), (3) and (4), and in the

case of the recall of capacity, Section 7.2(B). An intraday

nomination shall be prospective and is subject to the

deadlines stated above. Intraday nominations may be used to

request increases or decreases in total flow, make changes

to Point(s) of Receipts, and/or to Point(s) of Delivery.

Intraday nominations may be used to nominate new supply or

market. Intraday nominations shall specify Shipper's

service requirements for the Day only and shall include the

effective date and time. Interconnected parties should

agree on the hourly flows of the intraday nomination, if not

otherwise addressed in UTOS' contract or tariff. Intraday

nominations do not rollover and do not replace the remainder

of a standing nomination.


UTOS shall provide a Quick Response that the nomination has

been received and whether there are any errors that would

prevent processing, and if so, specify the errors, within

fifteen (15) minutes of receipt. Intraday nominations

shall, subject to Section 7.4, hereof, be implemented by

UTOS to the extent and only to the extent that UTOS is able

to confirm the receipt and delivery of such Gas at the

Point(s) of Receipt and Point(s) of Delivery and the

scheduling of such intraday nomination will not require the

rescheduling of UTOS' capacity among previously scheduled

service agreements in order to provide capacity for said

intraday nomination.


Notice: NAESB Standard 5.3.34 (Version 1.7) states:

Transportation Service Providers should provide affected

parties with notification of intraday bumps, operational

flow orders and other critical notices through the affected

party's choice of Electronic Notice Delivery mechanism(s).

NAESB Standard 5.2.2 (Version 1.7) states: "Electronic

Notice Delivery" is the term used to describe the delivery

of notices via Internet E-mail and/or EDI/EDM. Pursuant to

NAESB Standards 5.3.34 and 5.2.2, Transporter shall issue

notice of intraday nomination changes to the affected

Shipper via e-mail or EDI/EDM, at the Shipper's election,

provided that Shipper has provided Transporter with an

Internet E-mail address for such notices. In addition,

Transporter shall notify the affected Shipper of issuance of

intraday nomination changes via telephone. All intraday

nomination changes notices shall be subsequently posted on

Transporter's Interactive Internet Website.