Crossroads Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2001, Docket: RP02- 14-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 142 Original Sheet No. 142 : Superseded

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

13. PRESSURE

 

13.1 Transporter shall deliver gas at each delivery point to or for the account of Shipper at the pressure

which shall be available from time to time in Transporter’s pipeline, less any pressure reduction that may

occur through any measurement, flow control, regulation or other appurtenant facilities that are owned by

Transporter; provided, however, that Transporter and Shipper may agree to a specific minimum delivery pressure

at any delivery point or points which Transporter shall agree to meet or exceed. Transporter’s obligation to

meet or exceed this minimum delivery pressure shall be contingent upon total deliveries at the particular

delivery point or points not exceeding the combined total Maximum Daily Delivery Obligation (MDDO) of all

Shippers who hold FT-1 service rights to said point or points. Transporter may meet or exceed the specified

minimum delivery pressure if deliveries at the delivery point or points are in excess of the combined total

MDDO or any specified hourly flow commitments, but shall have no obligation to do so. If Transporter and

Shipper agree to a specific minimum delivery pressure obligation, the pressure obligation will be specified in

the pro forma service agreement in the blank space provided. Transporter may at any time, and from time to

time, exceed a minimum delivery pressure obligation it has made to a Shipper. Transporter also may operate

its facilities at less than the minimum delivery pressure obligation made to a Shipper when the Shipper does

not require the agreed-upon minimum delivery pressure.

 

13.2 Shipper shall deliver gas or cause gas to be delivered to Transporter at the receipt points at a

pressure sufficient to allow the gas to enter Transporter’s pipeline, as such pressure shall vary from time to

time. Transporter shall not be required to compress into its pipeline gas transported under any Rate

Schedule, or otherwise change its normal pipeline operations. At each receipt point, Shipper shall provide,

or cause to be provided, equipment acceptable to Transporter that will prevent overpressuring of Transporter’s

pipeline. Transporter and Shipper may agree to a specific minimum receipt pressure at any point or points,

below which Transporter is not obligated to receive gas from or on behalf of Shipper. If Transporter and

Shipper agree to a specific minimum receipt point pressure obligation, the pressure obligation will be

specified in the pro forma service agreement in the blank space provided.