CNG Transmission Corporation

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/2000, Docket: RP00- 21-005, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 217 First Revised Sheet No. 217 : Superseded




Delivery Point Operator Service


7.3 DPO and Pipeline will confirm nominated services to the

Citygate Delivery Point, in accordance with Section 11A

of the General Terms and any applicable GISB business

practice standards.


7.4 Pipeline shall issue a report to each DPO at the same

time as it provides scheduled quantity data in

accordance with Section 11.A.3.A.5. of the General

Terms. The report shall identify the DPO and

participating CSC service entitlements that remain

available for service on a no-notice basis to the

Citygate Delivery Point. [[DTI is looking at

11.A.3.A.5 to make conforming changes as required given

the now applicable 5 intra-day nominations.]

7.5 By 5 p.m. Eastern Time after the close of each gas Day,

the DPO shall report to Pipeline and each affected CSC

the total quantities that were received at the Citygate

Delivery Point for each qualified CSC. Based on this

report, Pipeline shall adjust the Storage Gas Balance

of the DPO and each participating CSC, under the

affected Subject Service Agreements. Such adjustments

shall have prospective effect only, and shall be

confirmed by Pipeline in an allocation report that

shall be available to all affected DPOs by 8 a.m.

Eastern Time on the following day.

7.6 The DPO shall give Pipeline predetermined instructions,

indicating which of the Subject Service Agreements held

by the DPO are to be adjusted if sufficient gas is not

received for the no-notice services arranged hereunder,

or if excess quantities are tendered to Pipeline for

services confirmed under the DPO Agreement.

7.7 If Pipeline determines at the end of any period that on

any given Day the actual quantities delivered to the

Citygate Delivery Point were greater than or less than

the DPO reported under Section 7.5, above, then

Pipeline will attribute such excess or deficiency to

the Subject Service Agreements of the DPO, and shall

notify the DPO in writing of such adjustment.

7.8 To the extent that any CSC's entitlements under its

Subject Service Agreements are insufficient to

accommodate the quantities of service as reported by

the DPO under Section 7.5, above, then the CSC will be

responsible for penalties and other remedies under Rate

Schedule CSC and it's the Subject Service Agreements of

the CSC. Pipeline, the DPO and all participating CSCs

acknowledge that such reports by the DPO may result in

charges and/or penalties for the CSCs. The DPO

acknowledges that, except for deliveries to CSCs and FT

shippers specifically exempted from the sequencing rule

of Section 6.3.A.1. of the General Terms and Conditions

of this tariff, to the extent that it takes deliveries

to the DPO in excess of its entitlements, regardless of

whether the excess is a result of takes by the DPO for

its own account or the takes of other shippers, will be

attributed to the DPO and the DPO for its own account,

under the Subject Service Agreements, it will be

responsible for penalties under the terms and

conditions of the Subject Service Agreements, as

provided for in Sections 3 and 5 of this Rate Schedule.