Constrained Area Noncore Firm Capacity Trading
Customers in “potentially capacity constrained areas” can trade firm capacity awards with another.
Offering firm capacity or to request additional capacity
To offer firm capacity or to request additional capacity to fill your needs, login to Envoy to gain access to the AD bulletin board.
After you have found a trading partner
After you have found a trading partner, both parties must complete the Constrained Area Capacity Trading Agreement.
The completed form must be signed by both parties and submitted to SDG&E for review and approval. Trades are not effective until approved by SDG&E.
Submit the form to your account executive or to the following:
Allowing 30 Calendar Days
You must allow 30 calendar days from the date of request to the date the Trade is to become effective. SDG&E will notify both the Capacity Holder and the Recipient when the Trade is approved and provide each party with a schedule specifying their respective revised scheduled quantities.
For More Information
Please contact your Account Executive if you have any question regarding trading firm non-core intrastate capacity.
- Approvals and Conditions of Trades
SDG&E Must Approve before any Trade is final
All customer requests MUST be approved by SDG&E before any Trade is final. The Utility shall determine if the request is operationally feasible and whether the Recipient meets the requirements for creditworthiness as set forth in Rule No. 6.
All service provided to the Recipient by means of this Trade shall be pursuant to gas Rule 25, including the special conditions governing firm non-core service within potential constrained areas. Only existing or otherwise eligible non-core customers may participate in a Trade and receive firm non-core intrastate service.