El Paso Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1A

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Effective Date: 04/01/2010, Docket: RP10-454-001, Status: Effective

Seventh Revised Sheet No. 249 Seventh Revised Sheet No. 249

Superseding: Sixth Revised Sheet No. 249

 

TRANSPORTATION GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

8. OPERATING PROVISIONS

 

8.1 FIRM SERVICE (Continued)

(e) Segmentation and Pathing (Continued)

 

(i) Transporter will use a "Walk the Pipe" process to determine

a Shipper's priority on all Segments of a Shipper's

nominated Flow Path. The nominated Flow Path originates at

the nominated Receipt Point and ends at the nominated

Delivery Point. The Shipper's priority on each Segment of

the nominated receipt to delivery Flow Path will be

determined by the Shipper's use of its primary point(s) and

Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path(s) and its use of

alternate point(s) and alternate paths.

 

(A) A Shipper using its primary points and Primary Receipt-

to-Delivery Flow Path will be assigned a primary

priority on each Segment of the Flow Path from the

primary receipt point to the primary delivery point.

 

1. When primary points are used, such primary points

have priority over points assigned a Flow Point

Secondary, First Alternate or Second Alternate

scheduling priority, in that order.

 

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

rights have priority over Flow Paths assigned a

Flow Path Secondary, First Alternate or Second

Alternate scheduling priority, in that order.

 

(B) Point rights have priority over path rights.

 

(C) A Shipper may use its firm transportation rights to

nominate to alternate points. If a Shipper uses its

alternate rights, each Segment from the nominated

Receipt Point to the nominated Delivery Point will be

assigned an individual priority as further described

below.

 

However, Shipper may request to acquire primary rights

at the Receipt and/or Delivery Point from Transporter,

pursuant to Section 8.1(f)(iii).