Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company

FIFTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2009, Docket: RP09-737-000, Status: Effective

Fifteenth Revised Sheet No. 305 Fifteenth Revised Sheet No. 305

Superseding: Fourteenth Revised Sheet No. 305

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

26. The term "transportation path" for a firm transportation agreement shall mean the

zone of the primary receipt point, the zone of the primary delivery point and all

intermediate zones; provided that Transporter's Zone 3 shall not be in the

transportation path of any service that does not have a primary point in that zone.

For a Firm Transportation Agreement with Primary Receipt and Delivery Points solely

on an Incremental Lateral as defined in Article XVIII, Section 2 of the General

Terms and Conditions, the transportation path shall mean the Incremental Lateral,

and any such Incremental Lateral shall not be in the transportation path of any

service that does not have a Primary Receipt and Delivery Point on that Incremental

Lateral.

 

27. The term "PASSKEY" or "System" shall mean Transporter's computer information and

scheduling system accessed through Transporter's interactive Internet website or

through Electronic Data Interchange. "Electronic Data Interchange" or "EDI" shall

mean electronic communication through means other than Transporter's System, that

complies with the Electronic Delivery Mechanism Standards of the North American

Energy Standards Board ("NAESB").

 

28. The term "delegated quantity" shall mean the portion of a Shipper's transportation

quantity and of the maximum daily quantity at designated receipt and delivery points

for which a Shipper has assigned to an Agent its nominating, scheduling and other

administrative responsibilities pursuant to an Agency Authorization Agreement.

 

29. The term "Electronic Custody Transfer" or "ECT" shall mean the measurement of gas

flow, when gas is transferred from the custody of one party to another, using

electronic metering systems.

 

30. The terms "Central Clock Time" and "CCT" shall mean central daylight time when

daylight savings time is in effect and central standard time when daylight savings

time is not in effect.

 

31. The term "business day" shall mean Monday through Friday, excluding Federal Banking

Holidays for transactions in the United States, and similar holidays for transactions

occurring in Canada and Mexico.

 

32. As stated in NAESB Standards 1.2.3 and 1.3.18 (Version 1.8), pooling is: 1) the

aggregation of gas from multiple physical and/or logical points to a single physical

or logical point, and/or 2) the disaggregation of gas from a single physical or

logical point to multiple physical and/or logical points. Deliveries from receipt

points should be able to be delivered directly into at least one pool and delivery

points should be able to receive quantities from at least one pool, excluding non-

contiguous facilities.

 

33. The term "Pooling Area" shall refer to Supply Area Pooling Area, Market Area Pooling

Area or both Supply and Market Area Pooling Areas, as applicable.

 

34. The term "capacity path" shall mean the mainline pipeline path, up to the

transportation quantity under Shipper's firm transportation contract, from a

Shipper's Primary Receipt Point(s) to Primary Delivery Point(s), and the leg(s) of

Transporter's system, up to the transportation quantity associated with the Primary

Receipt Point(s) or Primary Delivery Point(s), where such points are located. For

segmented releases, the capacity path of the Replacement Shipper's contract shall be

that portion of the Releasing Shipper's capacity path released to the Replacement

Shipper up to the transportation quantity under the Replacement Shipper's contract

and the Releasing Shipper's capacity path shall be modified accordingly. Receipt

point nominations from Supply Area Pooling Areas shall be considered to be Secondary

Receipt Points within a Shipper's capacity path up to the transportation quantity

under Shipper's firm transportation contract associated with the respective leg of

Transporter's system. Receipt point nominations from Market Area Pooling Areas shall

be deemed to be Secondary Receipt Points either within or outside of the Shipper's

capacity path, depending on the Market Area Pooling Area's assigned geographic

location and the transportation quantity under Shipper's firm transportation quantity

associated with the respective leg of Transporter's system.