Midwestern Gas Transmission Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/06/2009, Docket: RP09-352-000, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 246B Fifth Revised Sheet No. 246B

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 246B

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

15. FLEXIBLE POINT RIGHTS AND SEGMENTATION (Continued)

 

15.2 Point Capacity Scheduling Rights (Continued)

 

15.2.4 Secondary/Interruptible Capacity Scheduling Rights

 

The Receipt Points and Delivery Points within a Rate Schedule FT-A, FT-

B, or FT-C Shipper's Transportation Path that do not have primary

capacity scheduling rights are automatically assigned SIP capacity

scheduling rights by Company.

 

The Receipt Points within a Rate Schedule FT-GS Shipper's

Transportation Path that do not have primary capacity scheduling rights

are automatically assigned SIP capacity scheduling rights by Company.

 

The Receipt Points and Delivery Points outside of a Rate Schedule FT-A,

FT-B, or FT-C Shipper's Transportation Path are automatically assigned

SOP capacity scheduling rights by Company.

 

The Receipt Points outside of a Rate Schedule FT-GS Shipper's

Transportation Path are automatically assigned SOP capacity scheduling

rights by Company.

 

The Receipt Points and Delivery Points under an Interruptible Rate

Schedule IT Transportation Agreement share equal interruptible

scheduling priority rights.

 

15.3 Segmentation Rights

 

15.3.1 Segmentation via Nominations

 

A Rate Schedule FT-A, FT-B, FT-C or IT Shipper, or its Agent, may

segment its transportation agreement into separate parts for its own

use through the nomination process, to the extent such segmentation is

operationally feasible. The primary scheduling rights for a segment

shall be relocated in accordance with Subsection 15.2.2 hereof.

 

Company will not permit a Rate Schedule FT-A, FT-B, FT-C or IT Shipper,

or its Agent, to segment capacity via the nomination process when the

nominations by such party exceed the Transportation Quantity of the

underlying transportation agreement at any mainline location, within or

outside of its Transportation Path for a given nomination cycle.

Nominations of gas quantities in opposing flow directions to the same

point location may overlap at such point to the extent individual

nominated gas quantities do not exceed the Transportation Quantity.

 

If Company determines that a Shipper, or its Agent, has nominated a

transportation agreement in a way that is not operationally feasible,

Company shall notify the nominating party, in writing, at the time the

nomination is rejected. In such notice, Company shall describe why the

nomination was denied for operational reason(s).

 

15.3.2 Segmentation via Capacity Release

 

A Rate Schedule FT-A, FT-B or FT-C Shipper may segment its

transportation agreement for the purpose of releasing capacity in

accordance with Section 21 of the General Terms and Conditions of

Midwestern's FERC Gas Tariff to the extent such segmentation is

operationally feasible.

 

The primary capacity scheduling rights for both the unreleased segment

and the released segment shall be relocated in accordance with

Subsection 15.2 hereof.