Northern Border Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2003, Docket: RP00-403-002, Status: Suspended

Original Sheet No. 266.01 Original Sheet No. 266.01 : Suspended

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

17. RECEIPT AND DELIVERY POINT FLEXIBILITY/SEGMENTATION (Continued)

 

17.2 Point Capacity Scheduling Rights Under Service Agreements

(Continued)

 

17.22 Relocation and/or Addition of Primary Capacity

Scheduling Rights (Continued)

 

Shipper may submit a request to Company to relocate

or add its primary capacity scheduling rights within

its Transportation Path. The term of the relocation

period will be included in the request. Such

request must be made no later than 1:00 p.m. CCT on

the day before nominations are due.

 

Company shall relocate or add the primary capacity

scheduling rights to the extent firm point capacity

exists at the Point(s) of Receipt or Delivery requested

by Shipper and when no generally available pipeline

capacity exists. If on any day a timely request(s) is

made to relocate and/or add the requested Point of

Receipt or Delivery and insufficient firm capacity

exists at such Point of Receipt or Delivery, the

available capacity at such requested point will be

allocated pro rata to the requesting Shipper(s) based

on Total/Agreed Maximum Receipt Quantity. Company

shall notify Shipper of its ability or inability to

relocate primary scheduling rights. Such notification

of Company's ability or inability to relocate primary

scheduling rights, which will detail the reason for the

request not being implemented, shall be made at least

one hour before the timely cycle nominations are due.

 

If the establishment of primary capacity scheduling

rights at a given Point of Receipt or Delivery creates

an operational constraint at such location, the

establishment of the primary capacity scheduling rights

will be subject to the Company obtaining consent from

the affected Shipper(s) prior to implementing any

primary capacity scheduling rights changes.

 

Shipper retains the option to return to its initial

primary capacity scheduling rights position at the

end of the relocation period.