East Tennessee Natural Gas, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/20/2008, Docket: RP08-277-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 113 Second Revised Sheet No. 113 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 113

 

FT-L RATE SCHEDULE

FIRM LATERAL TRANSPORTATION SERVICE

 

3. DELIVERIES AND RECEIPTS (continued)

 

3.4 Secondary Receipt and Delivery Points: Shipper may use as a

Secondary Receipt or Delivery Point any other Receipt or

Delivery Point on the applicable Incremental Lateral by

notifying Transporter in Shipper's nomination entered via the

LINK® System. A Shipper may also use a Primary Receipt or

Delivery Point on the applicable Incremental Lateral as a

Secondary Point to the extent that Shipper nominates quantities

at the Primary Point in excess of Shipper's Maximum Daily

Receipt Obligation or Maximum Daily Delivery Obligation, as

applicable, for that Primary Point, but less than or equal to

the Maximum Daily Transportation Quantity under the FT-L

Agreement; provided, however, that Transporter shall not be

obligated to deliver a total quantity in excess of the total

MDDO on a primary firm basis.

 

A firm Shipper's rights to use a Secondary Receipt or Delivery

Point shall be superior to all interruptible Shippers' use of

that point, but inferior to the rights of all firm Shippers

using that point as a Primary Delivery or Receipt Point. In

addition, a firm Shipper's rights to use a Secondary Receipt or

Delivery Point within its Contract Path will be superior to the

rights of all Shippers using that point outside their Contract

Paths. Shipper's total receipts or deliveries on any Day shall

not exceed the Maximum Daily Transportation Quantity stated in

the FT-L Agreement, except as provided in (1) Section 4.4 of

this Rate Schedule FT-L or (2) Section 19 of the General Terms

and Conditions as that section describes segmentation on the

applicable Incremental Lateral and, if the capacity at a

Secondary Receipt or Delivery Point is insufficient to serve all

Shippers requesting the point, the receipt or delivery

quantities for that point shall be allocated in accordance with

Section 15 of the General Terms and Conditions.

 

3.5 Accounting Points: In certain situations, Transporter may use

an accounting meter number to represent a physical location on

its pipeline system. A Primary Receipt Point or a Primary

Delivery Point identified on Shipper's executed service

agreement(s) may be designated in the LINK® System by means of

an accounting meter number and description that differs from the

physical meter number and description specified on the service

agreement. The same rights and obligations exist for both

Transporter and Shipper regardless of whether a location is

identified in Shipper's executed service agreement by means of a

physical meter number or an accounting meter number.