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East Tennessee Natural Gas, LLC
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01/24/2018
09:00:00 AM
01/25/2018
09:00:00 AM
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Capacity Constraint
01/23/2018
04:01:30 PM


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ETNG Pipeline Conditions for 1/24/2018


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For Gas Day January 24, 2018, East Tennessee Natural Gas (ETNG) has approved and scheduled nominations at each pipeline segment and meter station up to ETNG's operational capacity. The following locations have been restricted due to requested nominations exceeding ETNG's operational capacity:

ETNG has scheduled and sealed nominations sourced from points west of Topside for delivery on the 3300 Line. No increases in nominations sourced from points west of Topside for delivery on the 3300 Line will be accepted.

ETNG has restricted and sealed secondary out of path receipts sourced upstream of station 3104 and 3206.

ETNG has restricted and sealed secondary deliveries downstream of station 3313 on the 8 and 12 inch 3300 line between Rural Retreat and Roanoke.

ETNG has restricted and sealed interruptible, Authorized Overrun and secondary out of path deliveries to all meter stations downstream of station 3313.

ETNG has restricted and sealed LMSMA's upstream of Lewisburg (station 3206) and Dixon Springs (station 3104) to recent historical delivery consumption levels.

ETNG has restricted and sealed receipt meters under delivering to the ETNG system to their recent historical performance levels.

In addition, Maximum Allowable Delivery Service (MAD) will be in effect for Gas Day January 24, 2018, in accordance with Section 7 of Rate Schedule LMS-MA of its FERC Gas Tariff. The unauthorized overrun charges for exceeding MAD will remain in effect until further notice.

Furthermore, ETNG may restrict all secondary nominations at the Texas Eastern interconnects (MR 59330 and 59329) to reserve for the swing rights contemplated in Section 7 of its LMSMA Rate Schedule.

ETNG will not assess an Unauthorized Overrun charge on a Balancing Party unless the quantity of gas by which the Balancing Party exceeds its MAD is more than the greater of 50 DTH or 2% of MAD.

Balancing Parties MAD will be calculated in the following manner:

MAD = (A+B)-C

A = The sum of the MDQs at all Primary Delivery Points for all firm contracts covered by the Balancing Party's Balancing Agreement (excluding any firm rights from the Transporter's LNG facility at Kingsport, TN and/or from Primary Receipt Points on Transporter's system at which Transporter does not have swing capability).

B = Any other quantities scheduled by Transporter at a point covered by the Balancing Party's Balancing Agreement (including any firm quantities scheduled for delivery from Transporter's LNG facility at Kingsport, TN and/or from Primary Receipt Points on Transporter's system which Transporter does not have swing capability).

C = Quantities scheduled at secondary Delivery Points under firm contract that name a point covered by the Balancing Parties Balancing Agreement as a Primary Delivery Point (excluding any firm rights from Transporter's LNG facility at Kingsport, TN and/or Primary Receipt Points on Transporter's system at which Transporter does not have swing capability).

To access primary firm quantities eligible for inclusion in each balancing party's MAD, please refer to the MAD Reporting System on the LINK system customer interface.

The operational flow order downstream of Boyds Creek effective January 12, 2018 will remain in effect until further notice.

The customer specific operational flow order effective January 2 and January 12, 2018 will remain in effect until further notice.

As previously posted, due to continued colder weather, high system demands across the entire ETNG system and in order to maintain the operational integrity of the system, ETNG requests that customers/point operators on ETNG be aware of the impact non-ratable hourly takes from the system may have in causing delivery pressures reaching lower than desired levels.

If necessary, ETNG will utilize any provision of its tariff to ensure system integrity including the issuance of customer specific or system wide OFOs.

Customers are advised that capacity may become available as the nomination and confirmation process continues throughout the day.

Please contact your Operations Account Representative should you have any questions.



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