Algonquin Gas Transmission, LLC

Fifth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 02/13/2010, Docket: RP10-308-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 618 Second Revised Sheet No. 618

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 618

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

48.SEGMENTATION, SECONDARY POINT RIGHTS AND RELATED SCHEDULING

 

48.1 Segmentation of Capacity.

 

A. By Means of Nomination.

 

1. In addition to any other transportation rights under the

applicable rate schedule and related service agreements,

Algonquin shall receive, transport and deliver to or for the

account of a Customer under Rate Schedule AFT-1, AFT-E, AFT-

1S, AFT-ES and AFT-CL on a segmented basis scheduled

quantities of gas to or from (i) any point within Customer's

Base Flow Path, and (ii) any secondary points located outside

of the Base Flow Path of such service agreement for the Gas

Day subject to the following requirements:

 

(a) aggregate quantities of gas received, transported or

delivered under a Customer's Service Agreement, and, if

such Service Agreement is the result of capacity release,

the aggregate quantities of gas received, transported or

delivered by all other Customers utilizing capacity rights

derived from the original firm Service Agreement, shall

not exceed the Customer's MDTQ or segment entitlements

under such Service Agreement in any segment; and

 

(b) such service on a segmented basis shall not impair

Algonquin's ability to render firm service and shall not

adversely affect system operating conditions.

 

2. For the purpose of determining whether any overlapping

transactions exceed, in the aggregate (based on all relevant

Customer utilization) the contractual entitlements of the

original firm Service Agreement at any point (including,

without limitation, the MDTQ or segment entitlements), a

transaction that involves movement of gas in the same

direction as that contemplated by the Primary Point(s) of

Receipt and the Primary Point(s) of Delivery on the firm

Service Agreement and a transaction that involves movement of

gas that is counter to the direction contemplated by the

Primary Point(s) of Receipt and the Primary Point(s) of

Delivery on the firm Service Agreement that are nominated to

the same delivery point for the same gas flow date and time

shall not be deemed to be an overlap at that delivery point;

provided, however, in no event shall Algonquin be obligated to

deliver on a primary firm basis at that delivery point a

quantity in excess of the MDDO applicable to that delivery

point. For the purpose of determining whether any overlapping

nominations in a segment exceed, in the aggregate (based on

all relevant Customer utilization) the contractual

entitlements of the original firm Service Agreement in any

segment (including, without limitation, the MDTQ or segment

entitlements), a transaction that involves movement of gas in

the same direction as that contemplated by the Primary

Point(s) of Receipt and the Primary Point(s) of Delivery on

the firm Service Agreement and a transaction that involves

movement of gas that is counter to the direction contemplated

by the Primary Point(s) of Receipt and the Primary Point(s) of

Delivery on the firm Service Agreement that are nominated on

the same segment for the same gas flow date and time shall be

deemed to be an overlap on that segment.