Cheniere Creole Trail Pipeline, L.P.

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Effective Date: 04/28/2008, Docket: RP08-137-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 184 Original Sheet No. 184 : Pending

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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20. CAPACITY SEGMENTATION

 

Shippers transporting under Rate Schedule FTS may segment firm capacity

rights, for release or for their own use, between Receipt and Delivery Points

into two (2) or more discrete capacity segments under this Section. Shippers

segmenting capacity must specify,

 

(i) the specific segment between valid receipt and/or delivery points within

the Shipper's path; and

 

(ii) all applicable changes to the Shipper's MDQ at the Primary Receipt

and/or Delivery Points and to Shipper's MDTQ for the beginning point to the

ending point of the segment, and any other changes to Shipper's MDTQ.

 

For Shippers segmenting capacity for their own use in the nomination process,

Service Agreement provisions and tariff provisions as contained in the

applicable rate schedule and General Terms and Conditions which limit receipt

and delivery quantities nominated within the Shipper's MDTQ shall not apply,

provided that such nominations must be pathed and provided further that a

Shipper may not increase its capacity rights on any segment of Transporter's

system through segmentation above the rights to which it would otherwise be

entitled. Such segmentation shall be permitted where the transaction will not

impede or adversely affect firm service to any other Shipper. If nominations

by a releasing and Replacement Shipper, or a Shipper segmenting its own

capacity, overlap anywhere on Transporter's system, the total nominations for

the overlapping portion of the system are limited to the Original Shipper's

firm entitlement level for that portion of the system. In the event of such

overlapping nominations, unless otherwise specified by releasing Shipper,

capacity will be allocated on a pro rata basis based on nominations.