Northern Border Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/16/2009, Docket: RP09-540-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 266.03 Second Revised Sheet No. 266.03

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 266.03

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

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

 

17.2 Point Capacity Scheduling Rights Under Service Agreements

(Continued)

 

17.23 Obligations Under Relocation and/or Addition of

Primary Capacity Scheduling Rights (Continued)

 

The Points of Receipt and Delivery within a Shipper's

Transportation Path that do not have primary capacity

scheduling rights are automatically assigned Secondary,

In-Path (SIP) capacity scheduling rights by Company.

 

The Points of Receipt and Delivery outside of a

Shipper's Transportation Path are automatically

assigned Secondary, Out-of-Path (SOP) capacity

scheduling rights by Company.

 

17.3 Segmentation Rights

 

17.31 Segmentation via Nomination

 

A Shipper, or its Agent, may segment its

Transportation Path into separate parts for its own

use through the nomination process, to the extent

such segmentation is operationally feasible.

 

Company will not permit a Shipper, or its Agent, to

segment capacity via the nomination process when the

nominations by such party exceed the Total/Agreed

Maximum Receipt Quantity of the underlying Service

Agreement at a pipeline location, within or outside of

its Transportation Path. However, a segmented

nominations consisting of a forwardhaul and backhaul

to the same Point of Receipt or Delivery for a given

nomination cycle may exceed the Total/Agreed Maximum

Receipt Quantity of the underlying Service Agreement.

 

17.32 Segmentation via Capacity Release

 

A Shipper may segment its Transportation Path for

the purpose of releasing capacity in accordance with

Section 27 of the General Terms and Conditions of

Company's FERC Gas Tariff to the extent such

segmentation is operationally feasible.