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006951446
Algonquin Gas Transmission, LLC
Not a critical notice
11/27/2006
09:06:11 AM
01/01/2100
09:06:11 AM
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11/27/2006
09:06:11 AM





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1. Under Section 22.4 of its General Terms and Conditions, unless notice to the contrary is posted in the Critical Notices section of this website, Algonquin is currently allowing Customers to revise nominations on a prospective basis under any interruptible rate schedules any time prior to the end of the gas day being scheduled, provided that, in Algonquin's reasonable judgment, Algonquin may implement such revision under existing operating conditions and such revision shall cause no detriment to any other firm or interruptible service.

2. Under Rate Schedules AFT-4 5.3, AIT-1 5.3, AIT-2 5.3, and T-1 5.3, and unless otherwise posted in the Critical Notices section of this website, Algonquin is allowing Customers to take delivery of gas in excess of uniform hourly rates so long as such non-ratable deliveries do not pose a threat to the operations of the system or Pipeline's ability to meet its firm obligations.

3. Under Section 11 of its General Terms and Conditions, Algonquin waives its rights and/or Customer's obligations under the following provisions of its tariff:

" Under Rate Schedules AFT-1 5.4, AFT-E 5.9, AFT-1S 5.4, and AFT-ES 5.9, and unless otherwise posted in the Critical Notices section of this website, Algonquin is allowing Customers to take delivery of gas in excess of uniform hourly rates so long as such non-ratable deliveries do not pose a threat to the operations of the system or Pipeline's ability to meet its firm obligations.

"Under Section 25 of its General Terms and Conditions, Algonquin monitors, on a real-time basis, the inputs and outputs on the system, and while it does not rigidly enforce the daily balancing requirement on the system, it does require balancing if an imbalance would be material to the operation of the pipeline or present the potential either for operational problems or interference with service to other Customers. With respect to cumulative or monthly imbalances, Algonquin is in contact with its Customers throughout the month and continues to work with them with the following goals: maintaining the minimum possible monthly imbalances, reducing possible arbitrage on the system, minimizing adverse impacts of cashouts on the FRQ Deferred Account, and minimizing credit exposure.

4. Effective December 1, 2005, Algonquin Gas Transmission, LLC (Algonquin) is willing to waive the provisions of Sections 22.1 and 28.4 of its General Terms and Conditions and NAESB WGQ Standards 1.3.7 and 2.3.5 in order to make retroactive adjustments for Algonquin's errors, reconciliations of operational balancing agreements, and scheduled volume discrepancies identified at interconnecting facilities outside of the NAESB WGQ standard confirmation cycles. In addition, Algonquin will accept, for a period of up to three business days after the end of a gas day, retroactive adjustments for customer errors provided that the requested changes (i) are authorized by all affected parties, (ii) improve an imbalance position for the parties impacted, (iii) do not cause scheduled volume discrepancies at interconnecting facilities, (iv) do not cause a nomination to cross a restriction, (v) do not provide the potential for system arbitrage, and (vi) do not impact Algonquin or other customers in a detrimental manner.

5. Algonquin continues to review its tariff and operations for discretionary action and will post additional acts of discretion under the tariff as identified.


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