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
Sixth Revised Sheet No. 259 Sixth Revised Sheet No. 259
Superseding: Fifth Revised Sheet No. 259
TRANSPORTATION GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
8. OPERATING PROVISIONS
8.1 FIRM SERVICE (Continued)
(e) Segmentation and Pathing (Continued)
(xi) Flow Path Secondary and Flow Point Secondary Flexibility for
C/C1 Shippers - Shippers with a C/C1 Primary Receipt-to-
Delivery Flow Path nominating to Daggett as an alternate
receipt or delivery point will be assigned a Flow Path
Secondary scheduling status on the portion of a nominated
Flow Path between Daggett on the Mojave Pipeline and the
Cadiz Crossover and a Flow Point Secondary scheduling status
at the Daggett point.
(xii) Segmentation - Any Shipper taking service pursuant to Rate
Schedules FT-1, FTH-V, FT-H, NNTD and/or NNTH may Segment its
TCD pursuant to the provisions of this section, subject to
restrictions in the applicable rate schedule.
(A) Segmentation may be accomplished on a self-implementing
basis by nomination or through capacity release.
(B) Segmentation may be accomplished on Transporter's system
by specifying the desired Segmentation Receipt and
Delivery Points in a valid nomination or capacity
release offer. Transporter shall permit such
Segmentation if the provisions of this section are met,
if capacity is available, and if such Segmentation
request can be supported without adversely affecting
system operations or other firm obligations. Any
Receipt or Delivery Points not listed on the TSA used
for Segmentation are deemed to be Segmentation Receipt
and/or Delivery Points, as appropriate. If the
Segmentation involves the release of capacity, then the
requirements of Section 9 must also be met.
(xiii)Shipper's point rights at existing primary receipt or
delivery points are not affected by Segmentation, except as
modified by capacity release.