Millennium Pipeline Company, L. L. C.

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Effective Date: 07/01/2009, Docket: RP09-633-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 124 First Revised Sheet No. 124

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 124

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

(b) Secondary Capacity Within the Path. For capacity at secondary

receipt points within the Primary Path under Rate Schedules FT-1, FT-2, HT-1

and BH-1, Transporter shall allocate capacity on a pro rata basis, based upon

those Shippers' respective nominated quantities. The priority for capacity at

secondary receipt points within the Primary Path shall apply where Shipper's

aggregate receipts at primary and secondary receipt points do not exceed

Shipper's Transportation Demand.

 

(c) Secondary Capacity Outside the Path. For receipts from secondary

receipt points under Rate Schedules FT-1, FT-2, HT-1 and BH-1 outside the

Primary Path, Transporter shall allocate capacity among Shippers on a pro

rata basis, based upon those Shippers' respective nominated quantities. The

priority for receipts at secondary receipt points outside of the Primary Path

shall apply where Shipper's aggregate receipts at primary and secondary

receipt points do not exceed Shipper's Transportation Demand.

 

(d) Rate Schedule IT-1 And Overrun Quantities Under Rate Schedules FT-

1, FT-2, HT-1 and BH-1. Transporter shall allocate capacity in the manner set

forth at Section 7.2(d) above.

 

(e) Receipt Points Under the IPP and PALS Rate Schedules. If there is

insufficient capacity to satisfy all nominations at a receipt point,

including nominations under IPP or PALS, Transporter shall allocate capacity

first to nominations under Rate Schedule IPP, then, if capacity is still

available, to nominations under Rate Schedule PALS. If there is insufficient

capacity to satisfy all IPP nominations, the Transporter shall allocate

capacity among IPP Shippers based upon those Shippers' respective nominated

quantities. If there is insufficient capacity to satisfy all PAL

nominations, then Transporter shall allocate capacity to PAL Shippers

sequentially beginning with the highest rate being paid. Among Shippers of

this class paying the same rate, Transporter shall allocate capacity pro rata

based upon those Shippers' respective nominated quantities. If there is

insufficient capacity to satisfy all IPP and PALS nominations, then any such

unsatisfied nominations shall be rejected, and holders of rejected

nominations for IPP and PALS service will be notified so that they can (i)

arrange for or implement a transfer between pools pursuant to the IPP Rate

Schedule; (ii) arrange for an inventory transfer pursuant to Section 18

(Transfers of Imbalance Netting and Trading) of the General Terms and

Conditions; (iii) arrange for a predetermined allocation method (PDA)

pursuant to Section 8.2 (Receipt Point Allocation) of the General Terms and

Conditions; (iv) renominate directly from such receipt point (and not from

the IPP pool); or (v) make other arrangements agreed to by Transporter.