CNG Transmission Corporation
Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 08/01/1999, Docket: RP99-441-000, Status: Effective
Third Revised Sheet No. 289 Third Revised Sheet No. 289 : Superseded
Superseding: Sub. Second Revised Sheet No. 289
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Requesting and Scheduling Service
11A.5. Allocation of Receipts and Deliveries.
A. Prior to allocation of actual gas flow among nominated
services, Pipeline must receive a predetermined
allocation from the upstream or downstream custody
transfer party, consistent with the most current form
of PDA from Pipeline's EBB, for flowing gas supply.
There is no need to submit PDAs where Pipeline has an
operational balancing agreement in effect for a point.
A PDA at the city gate delivery points where Pipeline
is providing service under Rate Schedule FTNN must be
consistent with Section 6.3, above. Only one PDA
methodology is to be applied per allocation period.
B. At points where it interconnects with other pipelines,
Pipeline shall determine the flow of gas in accordance
with Operational Balancing Agreements (OBAs) between
Pipeline and the other pipeline, as applicable. At
city gate Delivery Points where Pipeline provides
service under Rate Schedule FTNN, Pipeline shall
determine the flow of gas in accordance with Section
6.3, above. At all other points, Pipeline shall
determine the flow of gas in accordance with
Predetermined Allocations (PDAs) among Customers
behind such points, as provided by the operator of
such points. PDAs will be either ranked, pro rata,
percentage, swing, or operator provided value. These
determinations shall be made to the extent that such
OBAs or PDAs are in effect and made known to Pipeline
after or during confirmation and before the start of
the Day. Pipeline will provide indication of its
receipt of a PDA that has been submitted
electronically, within 15 minutes. Based on scheduled
nominations, Pipeline will adjust receipts from the
party designated by the PDA, who shall be subject to
applicable imbalance provisions of this Tariff. If an
operator provides no PDA, Pipeline will resort to pro
rata allocation of variations between scheduled
nominations and actual gas flow.
C. Absent deliberate omission or misrepresentation or
mutual mistake of fact, the time limit for disputes of
allocations shall be six months from the date of the
initial month-end allocation, with a three-month
rebuttal period; provided, however, that parties'
statutory or contractual rights shall not be
diminished by this Section 11A.5.C.