NorAm Gas Transmission Company

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/01/1996, Docket: RP94-343-013, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 190 First Revised Sheet No. 190 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 190





5.2 Receipt Nominations and Allocation Methodology.

Except as otherwise provided in this Tariff, and

subject to Section 5.2(e) of these General Terms and

Conditions, Shipper shall furnish receipt nominations

to Transporter for all quantities of Gas Shipper

desires Transporter to receive, including applicable

Compressor Fuel retentions. All nominations shall be

prospective only. Transporter may rely on such

receipt nominations for all purposes and shall not be

responsible or liable for disputes arising from such

nominations or actions taken in accordance with this

section. At a particular physical Receipt Point,

unless Shipper or its designee specifies

otherwise,receipt allocations shall be pro rata,

based on the ratio of each individual quantity

nominated under a Service Agreement to the total

quantity nominated at such Receipt Point unless

Transporter agrees otherwise with an Operator of a

physical interconnect on the Transmission System.

Such Operators shall execute a Predetermined

Allocation Agreement in the form beginning at Sheet

No. 348 of this Tariff. The physical interconnects on

the Transmission System which are eligible for such

allocation agreements will be specified on

Transporter's EBB. However, if a Shipper names one

or more Pools as Receipt Points under its Service

Agreement, its receipt nominations shall consist of a

designation by the Shipper itself as to the total

amount of Gas it desires Transporter to receive for

its account from Pools and the Pools from which such

Gas will be tendered, including individual quantities

from each Pool, and the other information required by

Transporter related to such Shipper's receipt

nomination pursuant to Section 5.3 below. All other

receipt nominations shall consist of a designation by

Shipper as to the quantity of Gas it desires

Transporter to receive at a particular Point of

Receipt, the sources of such Gas, the quantity from

each source and the first Service Agreements,

including those in which Shippers are Pool Managers,

to which such Gas will be assigned. In the event

that a Shipper furnishes receipt nominations for any

Day for receipts from Storage Points of Withdrawal,

as well as from physical Receipt Points or