Viking Gas Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/2004, Docket: RP04-306-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 87H Third Revised Sheet No. 87H : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 87H

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

30. SEGMENTATION AND RECEIPT AND DELIVERY POINTS (Continued)

 

30.5 Primary Delivery Points (Continued)

 

(ii) the sum of the quantities of gas nominated by the Releasing Shipper

to any Secondary Delivery Point(s), together with the sum of the

quantities of gas nominated to Primary Delivery Point(s) shall not

exceed the MDQ for the unreleased portion of the Releasing

Shipper's Primary Path(s) as allowed by the Releasing Shipper's

Firm Transportation Agreement; provided, however that where a

Releasing Shipper releases a segment or segments of its service

rights on a Primary Path, the Releasing Shipper may nominate for

transportation on any day, up to the MDQ for the unreleased segment

of that Primary Path as allowed by its Firm Transportation

Agreement applicable to that segment of the Primary Path wherein it

has retained service rights.

 

(iii) The Releasing Shipper and the Replacement Shipper may nominate

overlapping quantities of gas, adjusted for fuel and losses,

provided the overlapping quantities nominated do not exceed the MDQ

allowed by the Firm Transportation Agreement. If the Releasing

Shipper and the Replacement Shipper nominate quantities of gas in

segments that overlap, the quantities shall be scheduled in

accordance with the priority stipulated by the Releasing Shipper as

a condition of its release. In the event the Releasing Shipper

does not stipulate a priority as a condition of its release,

priority shall be given to the Releasing Shipper when the

nominations exceed the MDQ allowed by the underlying Firm

Transportation Agreement. Any nominations in excess of the MDQ

level agreed to by Company in the underlying Firm Transportation

Agreement shall be treated as a request for overrun service as

provided in Subsection 30.7 of these General Terms and Conditions.

 

30.6 Direction of Flow

 

The direction of flow for path segments must be the same direction of flow as

for the Primary Path unless Company otherwise consents. A Shipper may segment

a backhaul, but such segmentation shall be subject to review by Company on a

case-by-case basis as to whether a backhaul on each resulting segment is

operationally feasible. The Shipper (or Replacement Shipper in the case of a

release) may nominate service at receipt and delivery points for the path

segment that results in a reverse direction from the Primary Path; however, a

forward haul will be treated as being outside of the path and the use of the

point will be on a secondary basis if the Primary Path is a backhaul and a

backhaul will be treated as being outside of the path and the use of the point

will be on a secondary basis if the Primary Path is a forward haul. Subject to

the availability of point capacity and to Company's nomination procedures,

deliveries may be made at the same point at the same time for a forward haul up

to contract demand on the upstream segment and a backhaul up to contract demand

on the downstream segment; provided that the Primary Path direction will have

priority at the point if the point capacity is not adequate and the non-Primary

Path will use the point on a secondary basis.