Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company

FIFTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 03/01/2008, Docket: RP04- 99-004, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 307.03 Original Sheet No. 307.03 : Effective

 

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

(b) Monitoring Points. Transporter shall utilize the following

Monitoring Points to establish HDP Segments on Transporter's

System for purposes of posting Hydrocarbon Dewpoint limits per

this section 3.1.

 

1. Donna, Texas

2. Agua Dulce, Texas

3. Natchitoches, Louisiana

4. Kinder, Louisiana

5. Yscloskey, Louisiana Plant Tailgate

6. Centerville, Tennessee

7. Portland, Tennessee

8. Mercer, Pennsylvania

9. Coudersport, Pennsylvania

10. Clifton Springs, New York

11. Greenwich, Connecticut

12. Agawam, Massachusetts

13. Hopkinton, Massachusetts

14. Dracut, Massachusetts

 

For purposes of defining the HDP Segments upstream of the monitoring

points established at Yscloskey and Kinder, and in recognition that

although Kinder and Yscloskey are located on different supply legs

of Tennessee's system, some of the facilities upstream of Kinder and

Yscloskey are physically interconnected, Transporter shall limit the

Yscloskey HDP Segment to that portion of the facilities upstream of

Yscloskey that are receiving gas that physically flows in the

direction of the Yscloskey Point, and shall similarly limit the

Kinder HDP Segment to those receipt points that are receiving gas

that flows in the direction of the Kinder Monitoring Point.

 

(c) Pairing. Subject to the conditions below, Transporter shall allow a

shipper or supplier whose gas does not meet a posted Hydrocarbon

Dewpoint limit to contractually pair its gas with a shipper or

supplier whose gas satisfies the posted specification, or to self-

pair its own gas supplies so that the combined supply meets the

posted Hydrocarbon Dewpoint limit, so long as the pairing

arrangement does note create undue risk on an HDP Problem.

 

(i) A shipper or supplier wishing to contractually pair or to

self-pair supplies must provide Transporter with a written

proposal for the pairing of its volumes (including but not

limited to e-mail or facsimile).

 

(ii) Within two (2) Business Days of receipt of a pairing

proposal, Transporter will determine and notify shipper or

supplier whether the proposal can physically occur on

Transporter's system without creating an undue risk of an

HDP Problem, provided that such evaluation shall not

consider receipts of gas from production area storage

facilities upstream of Station 87.

 

(iii) If Transporter determines that shipper's or supplier's

proposal is physically possible, then Transporter will

evaluate whether the commingled stream that would result

from the proposal satisfies the Hydrocarbon Dewpoint

limitation.