Gulfstream Natural Gas System, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 05/01/2004, Docket: RP03-173-002, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 131 Second Revised Sheet No. 131 : Effective

Superseding: Sub First Revised Sheet No. 131

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(CONTINUED)

 

Delivery Point at the same time shall not be deemed to be

an overlap at that point. For the purpose of determining

whether there is an overlap of MDQ on a segment, a forward

haul and a Backhaul nominated on the same segment at the

same time shall be deemed to be an overlap on the segment.

As a general matter, a Shipper desiring to segment will

have the right to utilize its Primary Receipt Point(s) and

Primary Delivery Point(s), as well as all Secondary Receipt

Points and all Secondary Delivery Points, so long as such

use does not impair Transporter's ability to render firm

Transportation Service, does not adversely affect Shippers'

firm Transportation Service rights, and/or does not

adversely affect the safe and reliable operation of

Transporter's pipeline system.

 

6.5 Segmentation of Capacity by Capacity Release. Releasing

Shippers can also segment capacity through capacity release

in accordance with Section 26 of the General Terms and

Conditions of Transporter's Tariff, subject to the

requirement that the release (or multiple releases) does

not increase the total contract entitlements in any segment

or at any point (including, without limitation, the

relevant MDQ and/or MHQ) above the contract entitlement of

the initial Rate Schedule FTS Agreement. For the purpose

of determining whether there is an overlap of MDQ and/or

MHQ, a forward haul and a Backhaul nominated to the same

Delivery Point at the same time shall not be deemed to be

an overlap at that point. As a general matter, a Shipper

(whether such Shipper is a Releasing Shipper or Replacement

Shipper) will have the right to utilize the relevant

Primary Receipt Point(s) and Primary Delivery Point(s), as

well as all Secondary Receipt Points and all Secondary

Delivery Points located within the portion of Transporter's

system on which Shipper has the right to Transportation

Service, so long as such use does not impair Transporter's

ability to render firm Transportation Service, does not

adversely affect Shippers' firm Transportation Service

rights, does not adversely affect the safe and reliable

operation of Transporter's pipeline system, direction of

the Primary Route on such segment and/or does not result in

quantities being nominated in any manner that is

inconsistent with Section 26.1(a) of these General Terms

and Conditions.