Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1-B

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Effective Date: 12/01/2003, Docket: RP00-343-006, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 11E Original Sheet No. 11E : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued

 

(b) For the purposes of this Section 3.14, a segmentation of

firm Capacity (whether of Shipper's own Capacity or on

release) shall be deemed operationally feasible unless:

(i) the proposed segmentation would result in an increase

in firm contractual obligation by Transporter on any

segment or portion of its system; (ii) the proposed

segmentation would be for the storage component of any firm

service; (iii) the proposed segmentation would result in a

physical haul in a direction opposite of the primary path

under the Service Agreement being segmented, absent a

determination by Transporter, which determination will be

made within ten (10) Business Days of the request, that it

can physically perform the segmentation as requested; (iv)

the contract path resulting from the proposed segmentation

would be entirely within a consolidated receipt or delivery

point as defined in the Informational Postings portion of

Transporter's Interactive Web Site; (v) the contract path

resulting from the proposed segmentation would begin and

end within the same reticulated segment in which the

physical flow of Gas is not controlled or directed to a

specific path as such reticulated segments are specifically

identified in the Informational Postings portion of

Transporter's Interactive Web Site; (vi) the proposed

segmentation would create a new contract receipt or

delivery point within a reticulated segment if that

reticulated segment is within the primary path that is

being segmented; or (vii) the proposed segmentation would

occur outside the primary Capacity rights defined by the

primary path(s) included in the Shipper's contract.

 

(c) In the event a path is segmented under this Section 3.14, as

between the parties to a specific segmentation, the upstream

path segment shall receive priority at all secondary points

within the primary path upstream of the break point and the

downstream path segment shall receive priority at all

secondary points within the primary path downstream of the

break point. Nothing in this section shall affect Shipper's

priority rights to Secondary points outside the original

primary path as outlined in Section 22.6a(2) of these

General Terms and Conditions.