Tariff

Gas Transmission Northwest Wins ROFR Waiver on Remand, But Conditions Attached

FERC on remand last Wednesday approved a tariff proposal for Gas Transmission Northwest Corp. (GTN) to enter into pre-arranged deals with shippers for available transportation service to start at a future date, and it granted the pipe’s request for a waiver of its right-of-first-refusal (ROFR) requirement so other shippers could use the capacity in the interim. But it wasn’t a clean sweep for GTN. FERC made significant changes.

November 1, 2004

Gas Transmission Northwest Wins ROFR Waiver on Remand, But Conditions Attached

FERC on remand Wednesday approved a tariff proposal for Gas Transmission Northwest Corp. (GTN) to enter into pre-arranged deals with shippers for available transportation service to start at a future date, and it granted the pipe’s request for a waiver of its right-of-first-refusal (ROFR) requirement so other shippers could use the capacity in the interim. But it wasn’t a clean sweep for GTN. FERC made significant changes.

October 28, 2004

Gas Transmission Northwest Wins ROFR Waiver on Remand, But Conditions Attached

FERC on remand Wednesday approved a tariff proposal for Gas Transmission Northwest Corp. (GTN) to enter into pre-arranged deals with shippers for available transportation service to start at a future date, and it granted the pipe’s request for a waiver of its right-of-first-refusal (ROFR) requirement so other shippers could use the capacity in the interim. But it wasn’t a clean sweep for GTN. FERC made significant changes.

October 28, 2004

Transportation Notes

Saying Questar Crossover 16 receipt point gas quality was tested and adheres to its tariff standards (see Daily GPI, May 7), Northwest resumed accepting nominations there in Wednesday’s intraday cycle.

May 8, 2003

Industrial Customers Assail Northern Natural’s Credit Protection Proposal

A group of industrial gas customers has called on FERC to “reject outright” Northern Natural Gas Co.’s proposed tariff changes that seek to inoculate the pipeline against credit-risky shippers.

September 6, 2002

Transportation Note

To facilitate the transition of El Paso Natural Gas operational headquarters from El Paso, TX to Colorado Springs, CO, the pipeline is suspending the cash-out tariff for the current production month. No automatic triggering of cash-out will occur, El Paso said. Cash-out notification requirements will resume in August with the processing of July results. Imbalance paybacks and makeups will continue to be accommodated using existing procedures for resolving physical imbalances.

June 19, 2001

El Paso’s Partial Capacity Segmentation Plan Under Fire

A capacity segmentation tariff filing by El Paso Natural Gas is”yet one more stonewalling attempt on El Paso’s part to avoidcompliance with [FERC] rules and regulations,” Indicated Shipperstold the Commission last week.

September 4, 2000

El Paso Capacity Segmentation Plan Under Fire

A capacity segmentation tariff filing by El Paso Natural Gas is”yet one more stonewalling attempt on El Paso’s part to avoidcompliance with [FERC] rules and regulations,” Indicated Shipperstold the Commission this week.

August 30, 2000

Transco’s Cash-Out Proposal Comes Under Fire

Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line’s proposal to revise the existingcash-out provisions of its tariff has come under heavy attack fromlarge shippers on its system.

October 27, 1999

Transportation Notes

Destin Pipeline said Monday it is experiencing excessive watervapor in its receipts. According to the Destin tariff, all gasreceived must contain no more than seven pounds of water vapor per1 million cubic feet of gas and no free water. Operators were askedto check their equipment to make sure it is in proper workingorder. Destin said it is gathering data on various locations, andany producer found in violation of the water vapor spec is subjectto being shut in.

October 19, 1999