Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2010, Docket: RP10-689-000, Status: Effective

Eleventh Revised Sheet No. 301 Eleventh Revised Sheet No. 301

Superseding: Tenth Revised Sheet No. 301

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

8.1(b)(continued)

 

(ii) General Prerequisites for Segmentation on Transporter's

Transmission System. To maintain the integrity and reliability

of Transporter's operationally complex transmission system, the

following prerequisites for Segmentation have been established

to ensure that Segmentation is supported to the greatest extent

possible without detriment to, or degradation of, any Shipper's

service.

 

(1) At a minimum, at least a portion of the Receipt-to-

Delivery Flow Path on each nominated Segment lies within

Shipper's Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path.

 

(2) Segmentation Capacity may not exceed Shipper's Primary

Capacity.

 

(3) Segmentation is permitted in any direction of flow;

however, Segmentation requests for flow which are

opposite to the Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path

are incremental to any other Segmentation activity on

the same pipeline Segment when considering the Primary

Capacity limitation.

 

(4) Segmentation is subject to the availability of capacity

and existing contractual obligations at and between the

new Points of Receipt and/or Delivery established as a

result of Segmentation.

 

(5) The thermal content of Gas being received at Segmented

Points must be no less than the thermal content of Gas

received at the original Point(s) of Receipt under the

Shipper's Transportation Service Agreement.

 

(iii)In addition to the prerequisites of Section 8.1(b)(ii) the

following will also apply for the Reticulated System:

 

(1) the impact of the requested Segmentation on the overall

thermal content of the Gas on Transporter's Reticulated

System,

 

(2) the impact of the requested Segmentation on the

direction of Gas Flow across the various operational

Segments of the Reticulated System,