It is essential that the provisions on lifting and planning conditions (including port use agreements or conditions of use), the method of measurement and the allocation of LNG and other by-products are uniform for all toll parties sharing common facilities (common facilities include, inter alia, LNG and by-product tanks, walkways, lifting arms and associated equipment). Clear and non-discriminatory allocation procedures and measurement principles to accurately determine the right of each toll to support LNG and by-products are important not only for project participants, but also for financiers. Allocation procedures and measurement methods should apply equally to all tolls and be verifiable by all parties to the toll using common or common facilities or be subject to an expert assessment. Facelift conditions, measurement and allocation are often incorporated into the toll agreement; However, it is not atypical that these conditions should be included in a separate agreement signed by all parties to the toll, thus facilitating the flow of information, in particular for the preparation of the consumption gas supply plan, the annual LNG collection programme, the allocation of LNG and by-products, ship standards and verifications and the determination of liability. Toll agreements are complex and critical elements of the LNG project structure. As part of the toll and cancellation agreement, the mechanism for allocating LNG to project participants and monetizing their gas claims. The continuity of toll agreements between different toll parties that use common or common facilities is an essential element in structuring the toll part of an LNG project. The structuring phase is crucial and decisions taken at an early stage will guide negotiations and promote the documentation approach. The annual LNG supply programme should be developed on the basis of information provided by all parties to the toll and implemented without discrimination. Through the annual delivery programme, toll parties have the effect of delivering their LNG and by-products to third parties, thereby monetising their gas rights. All project participants collect information annually on planned facility maintenance and closures, gas supply expectations and other relevant planned events that will have or influence the evolution of the delivery programme. The annual delivery schedule is usually refined each month when the ninety-day schedule is developed….