Columbia Gas Transmission LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/03/2009, Docket: RP09-340-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 302 Original Sheet No. 302

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Cont'd)

 

(2) Shippers shall be allowed access on a priority basis to secondary delivery points

located within the same market area as their primary delivery points and will not be subject to the

Non-Firm Capacity allocation process described in Section 7.3(b)(5) below. This priority access shall

not be applicable if Transporter, in its reasonable discretion, determines that it must restrict

Shippers to their primary delivery points in order to protect system integrity or Transporter's ability

to meet its primary firm service obligations.

 

(3) Shippers shall be allowed access on a priority basis to secondary delivery points

where both the receipt and delivery points are located within the same Market Area and shall not be

subject to the Non-Firm Capacity allocation process described in Section 7.3(b)(5) below. This priority

access shall not be applicable if Transporter, in its reasonable discretion, determines that it must

restrict Shippers to their primary delivery points in order to protect system integrity or

Transporter's ability to meet its primary firm service obligations.

 

(4) Shippers whose primary receipt points are deemed, in Transporter's reasonable

discretion, to be upstream of the internal constraint points, and whose primary delivery points are

deemed to be downstream of the same internal constraint points, shall have access to secondary receipt

points that are also deemed to be upstream of those same internal constraint points, and will not be

subject to the Non-Firm capacity allocation process as described in Section 7.3(b)(5) below.

 

(5) Shippers who seek to access Non-Firm capacity through an internal constraint points

that do not meet with one of the above-described priorities shall be subject to an allocation of Non-

Firm capacity through the applicable internal constraint points. To the extent that nominations exceed

the amount of capacity that is available, if any, Transporter will allocate capacity pro rata, on the

basis of those Shippers' respective nominated quantities.