East Tennessee Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/1998, Docket: RP98-350-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 131 Second Revised Sheet No. 131 : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 131






(c) No Bump: No Shipper receiving interruptible transportation service may be

curtailed during a month due to a capacity limitation that is the result of

a change in interruptible transportation service for other interruptible

transportation Shippers; provided, however, that interruptible

transportation service may be curtailed due to an OFO, an event of force

majeure that prevents the Shipper from tendering gas or in order to correct

a previous scheduling error by Transporter.


(d) Correction of Allocations: GISB Standard 2.3.26 (Version 1.2) states: The

time limitation for disputes of allocations should be 6 months from the date

of the initial month-end allocation with a 3-month rebuttal period. This

standard shall not apply in the case of deliberate omission or

misrepresentation or mutual mistake of fact. Parties' other statutory or

contractual rights shall not otherwise be diminished by this standard.


15.5 Uniform Quantities: Shipper shall deliver and receive gas in uniform daily

quantities during any month, except for changes in service as provided in Section

15.2 of these General Terms and Conditions, and in uniform hourly quantities

during any day with no significant fluctuation to the extent practicable.

Transporter shall not be obligated to deliver to Shipper in any single hour more

than 6% of the sum of Shipper's Transportation Quantities under Shipper's FT-A or

FT-GS Agreement(s); however, to the extent that, in Transporter's sole judgment,

it can do so without impairment to its other service obligations, Transporter will

make available hourly deliveries to Shippers without regard to the foregoing



15.6 Supply Deficiencies: If Transporter experiences a supply short fall due to the

under delivery of supply to Transporter's system, then (a) if the deficient source

is known, Transporter will curtail the corresponding Shipper; or (b) if the

deficient sources are indeterminable, then Transporter will localize the smallest

affected area and, at the corresponding delivery point, will curtail interruptible

service first in reverse scheduling order and then firm service pro rata; provided

that verifiable receipt point quantities will not be subject to a supply short

fall curtailment.


15.7 Shipper Duty to Control Imbalances:


(a) A Shipper receiving any transportation or storage service from Transporter

will use, or will cause any party receiving or delivering Shipper's gas to

use, all reasonable efforts to ensure that receipts and deliveries of gas

are equal to the Scheduled Quantities. A Shipper receiving service from

Transporter at a receipt and/or delivery point(s) not covered by a Balancing

Agreement shall also be responsible for controlling, and if necessary,

adjusting receipts and deliveries of gas to maintain a balance between such

receipts, deliveries, and Scheduled Quantities. To the extent a Shipper is

out of balance at a point not covered by a Balancing Agreement, such Shipper

will be subject to the daily and monthly balancing provisions contained in

the LMS-MA Rate Schedule for delivery points or Transporter's LMS-PA Rate

Schedule for receipts points. Imbalances at such points will be allocated

pro rata based on Scheduled Quantities.