Sea Robin Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/1999, Docket: RP99-252-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 32 Third Revised Sheet No. 32 : Superseded

Superseding: First Sub. Second Revised Sheet No. 32




5.3 (continued)


Intraday nominations may be used to nominate new supply or market. All provisions of this

Section 5.3 shall apply to intraday nominations; provided, however, intraday nominations

shall span one day only and will not rollover or replace the remainder of a standing nomination.

For intraday nominations under this Section, there is no limitation as to the number of intraday

nominations which a service requester may submit at any one standard nomination cycle or

in total across all standard nomination cycles.


5.4 UNIFORM DELIVERIES - Shipper shall deliver or cause to be delivered to Transporter

such daily quantities as nearly as possible at uniform hourly rates. Departures from daily

quantity which Shipper notifies Transporter it intends to deliver to Transporter under the

Agreement shall be kept to the minimum permitted by operating conditions.


5.5 MAKE-UP NOMINATIONS - When making its nominations, Shipper shall specify by

Agreement which portion of the quantities to be transported by Transporter is attributable

to current transportation and which portion of the quantities is attributable to make-up of

previous imbalances (either positive or negative). As between quantities of gas received

by Transporter for current transportation and gas received or delivered by Transporter as

make-up of prior imbalances, the gas received or delivered as current transportation gas

shall be deemed to be received or delivered prior to any make-up gas.


5.6 SCHEDULED NOMINATIONS - After receiving notice of the next-day nominations

requested by Shipper in accordance with this Section 5, Transporter shall advise Shipper

and the point operator of the quantities of gas for current transportation and the

quantities of gas for make-up of previous imbalances it has scheduled and will accept at the

Receipt Point/s and transport to the Delivery Point/s by 4:30 p.m. Central Clock Time

for the 11:30 a.m. nomination cycle and by 10:00 p.m. Central Clock Time for

the evening nomination cycle. Quantities of gas nominated at an

Exhibit A-1 Receipt Point or an Exhibit B-1 Delivery Point to an FTS

Agreement or FTS-2 Agreement shall each be scheduled, to the extent capacity is available, on

a pro rata basis. In addition to making scheduled quantities information available by

the times set forth above, Transporter shall also make available to shippers

information containing scheduled quantities, including scheduled intraday

nominations at the times set forth in Section 5.3 above, and any other scheduling changes.


Shipper may, at its sole election, use a package ID on its nomination form

to differentiate between discrete business transactions. Use of the Package

ID is at the discretion of the party requesting service. Transporter will accept

and process any Package ID used by Shipper. When used, Package ID will be supported

for nominating, scheduling, confirming, allocating and invoicing (sales and purchase)

and not required for transportation invoicing. Transporter shall only be responsible

for confirming total nominations and supporting the use of the package ID by Shipper;

but Transporter shall not be responsible for verifying each discrete package of gas

delineated through a package ID.