El Paso Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1A

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Effective Date: 04/01/2006, Docket: RP05-422-000, Status: Suspended

Original Sheet No. 284D Original Sheet No. 284D : Suspended

 

TRANSPORTATION GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

20. OPERATING PROVISIONS FOR FIRM TRANSPORTATION SERVICE (Continued)

 

20.12 Segmentation and Pathing

 

(b) Pathing - Path rights are available to and at, and all points

in between, the mainline locations on the following portions

of El Paso's mainline system, as limited by each Shipper's

Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path.

 

(i) The assignment of a Shipper's Primary Receipt-to-

Delivery Flow Path is only for the purposes of capacity

Segmentation and the implementation of this Section

20.12.

 

(ii) All firm Shippers will be allocated within-the-path

rights through the assignment of a Flow Path, as

described below, to be designated in their TSAs. These

path rights, and related Segmentation and flexible point

rights, are defined below.

 

(iii)North and South Designations

 

Points north of Dutch Flat Station on the Havasu

crossover and north and west of the south discharge of

Plains Station are considered "North Points" and for

purposes of this Section 20.12 are designated "NPT."

All points south of these locations, and all points on

the Maricopa line, are considered "South Points" and

for purposes of this Section 20.12 are designated

"SPT." TSAs with North receipt points and South

delivery points are considered to have North-to-South

path rights in the amount of the total MRQs/MDQs for

all such receipt and delivery points. TSAs with South

receipt points and North delivery points are considered

to have South-to-North path rights in the amount of the

total MRQs/MDQs for all such receipt and delivery

points.