Columbia Gulf Transmission Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/16/2008, Docket: RP04-98-004, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 236 First Revised Sheet No. 236Superseding: Original Sheet No. 236 GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued) (c) Monitoring Points. Transporter will establish Monitoring Points on its system for thepurpose of posting and monitoring compliance with any CHDP limits issued pursuant to Section 25.2. Transporterwill post a list of Monitoring Points on its EBB. Transporter will establish at least one Monitoring Point oneach HDP Segment on its system. Transporter may revise or establish additional Monitoring Points asoperationally necessary and will post any such changes on its EBB. Transporter will provide as much notice asreasonably possible and will attempt to provide at least thirty (30) days notice prior to establishing orrevising a Monitoring Point. Transporter will, unless unable to do so, provide at least thirty (30) days ofCHDP data for the new Monitoring Point and will continue to make data available for any previously establishedMonitoring Point(s) for at least ninety (90) days. (d) Transporter will not require gas to be processed if it meets the posted CHDP limit withoutprocessing at receipt points upstream of a processing plant. (e) If gas does not meet a posted CHDP limit at the receipt point, Transporter will acceptreceipt of that gas if (i) Shipper provides to Transporter proof of processing at a plant within the HDP Segmentwhere the gas is received and the CHDP of the gas at the tailgate of the plant satisfies the CHDP limit for theapplicable HDP Segment; or (ii) if Transporter has approved a pairing arrangement for the gas pursuant tosubsection (g) below. (f) Transporter will provide as much notice of any revision to a CHDP limit as reasonablypossible and will attempt to provide that notice at least ten (10) days before the effective date of therevision. (g) Pairing. To the extent operationally feasible, and subject to the conditions below,Transporter may allow a Shipper whose gas does not meet a posted CHDP limit to contractually pair its gas withanother shipper whose gas satisfies the posted CHDP limit, or to self-pair its own gas supplies, so that thecombined supply meets the posted CHDP limit. (i) A Shipper wishing to contractually pair, or to self-pair, must provide Transporter with a written proposal (including, but not limited to e-mail or facsimile) for the pairing of its volumes. (ii) Upon receipt of a pairing proposal, Transporter will determine whether the proposal can physically occur on Transporter's system without causing undue risk to Transporter's operations. (iii) If Transporter determines that Shipper's proposal is physically possible, then Transporter will evaluate whether the commingled stream that would result from the proposal satisfies the posted CHDP limit. (iv) To the extent that Transporter determines that the pairing proposal does not meet one or more of the above listed conditions, Transporter will provide Shipper a written denial specifying the basis for this determination. (v) Transporter will permit all Shippers interested in pairing to post relevant data, including contact information, on its EBB.