TransColorado Gas Transmission Company
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 10/01/2002, Docket: RP02-460-000, Status: Effective
Third Revised Sheet No. 233A Third Revised Sheet No. 233A : Superseded
Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 233A
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
8. NOMINATIONS/SCHEDULING OF RECEIPTS AND DELIVERIES (Continued)
(d) Any third party may administer multiple transportation
agreements as the designated representative for one or more Shippers.
However, such representative shall separately administer and account for
each such Agreement.
8.7 Transfer Nominations.
(a) Whenever gas is purchased at a Receipt Point (including
a pooling point) on TransColorado's system by an entity that is not going
to nominate that gas for receipt by TransColorado under a Transportation
Agreement, that entity must submit a transfer nomination to TransColorado
through its Interactive Website or EDI, identifying the quantities (in
Dth) and the entities from whom the gas is being bought and the entities
to whom the gas is being sold. Such transfer nominations are needed in
order to be able to confirm the nominated receipts at that point and thus
such transfer nominations are due by the deadlines applicable to Shipper
(b) A third party may provide title tracking services on
TransColorado's system as follows:
(1) The entity seeking to provide such a service
(Third Party Account Administrator) shall so notify TransColorado in
writing, in which event TransColorado shall establish an identification
number for nominations involving the Third Party Account Administrator,
(2) Transfer nominations consistent with this section
must be made by the Shipper tendering gas for delivery to the Third Party
Account Administrator, where subsequent title to such gas is to be tracked
by the Third Party Account Administrator; and
(3) The Third Party Account Administrator shall
maintain records of any title transfers after delivery of gas to it and
shall submit a nomination consistent with this section for delivery of gas
to the last party in the chain of title, which party shall also submit a
nomination for receipt of the gas, consistent with this section.
8.8 Nomination Priorities. As part of the nomination and transfer
nomination process, if there is more than one supply source nominated to
be delivered to a single delivery point or buyer, the nomination or
transfer nomination should identify how and which supply sources should be
cut in the event all nominated deliveries are not or cannot be made.
Similarly, the nomination or transfer nomination should identify which
delivery should be cut in the event gas is not or cannot be received as
nominated (i.e., ranking). Ranking should be included in the list of data
elements. Transportation service providers should use service requester
provided rankings when making reductions during the scheduling process
when this does not conflict with tariff-based rules.