Stingray Pipeline Company, L. L. C.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2008, Docket: RP08-436-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 121C First Revised Sheet No. 121C

Superseding: Original Revised Sheet No. 121C




final scheduled quantities for the just completed Gas Day to

satisfy the NAESB requirement to report daily operational

allocations. Stingray will make available on the Customer

Activity section of its website an end of Gas Day Scheduled

Quantity document for each Shipper indicating their

scheduled quantities on an "all locations for a Shipper

basis". Receivers of the end of Gas Day Scheduled Quantity

document can waive the sender's sending of the end of Gas

Day Scheduled Quantity document.




Shippers submitting nominations via the Interactive Internet

Website or EDI for transportation of overrun volumes

(volumes in excess of the applicable point or Agreement MDQ)

may either include such overrun volumes in their nominations

for volumes within MDQ, or may submit separate nominations

for such overrun volumes. If the Shipper elects to submit a

separate nomination, the Shipper should mark that nomination

as being for overrun volumes.




A Shipper may delegate to any third party responsibility for

submitting and receiving notices or nominations or

performing other administrative duties under any Agreement,

subject to the following conditions:



(a) Any designation of such a representative, and any

change in such designation, must be in writing and

must be submitted at least two (2) Business Days prior

to the requested effective date.


(b) The written designation shall specify any limits on

the authority of the representative, including any

time limit on the designation; provided, however, that

Stingray may reject any such limited designation if

the limitations specified in the designation would

result in an undue administrative burden.