Natural Gas Pipeline Company Of America

Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/18/2008, Docket: RP08-319-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 313 Original Sheet No. 313 : Pending

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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aggregate MDQ of the contract path(s) between its primary Receipt

Point(s) in the relevant receipt zone and its primary Delivery

Point(s) in the Market Delivery Zone on the opposite leg (Amarillo or

Gulf Coast Line) from that on which a primary path lies under its

Agreement, as follows:

 

(i) Such a Shipper with a primary Receipt Point in

the Amarillo Mainline Receipt Zone would have out-of-path secondary

Receipt Point rights in the Gulf Coast Mainline Receipt Zone and vice

versa for use in connection with deliveries to the Market Delivery

Zone or to the storage point in the zone of receipt.

 

(ii) Such a Shipper with a Receipt Point in the

Midcontinent Zone would have out-of-path secondary Receipt Point

rights in the Gulf Coast Mainline and Texok Receipt Zones, while a

Shipper with a primary Receipt Point in the Texok Receipt Zone would

have out-of-path secondary Receipt Point rights in the Midcontinent

and Amarillo Mainline Receipt Zones. These additional secondary

Receipt Point rights could only be used in conjunction with

deliveries into the Market Delivery Zone or to the storage point in

the zone of receipt.

 

(iii) Such a Shipper with a primary Receipt point

in the Permian Receipt Zone would have out-of-path secondary Receipt

Point rights in the Gulf Coast Mainline, Texok, South Texas and

Louisiana Receipt Zones. Such a Shipper with a primary Receipt Point

in the Louisiana Receipt Zone or the South Texas Receipt Zone would

have out-of-path secondary Receipt Point rights in the Permian,

Midcontinent and Amarillo Mainline Receipt Zones. These additional

secondary Receipt Point rights could be used only in conjunction with

deliveries into the Market Delivery Zones or to the storage point in

the zone of receipt. The Shipper actually utilizing opposite leg

out-of-path secondary Receipt Point rights on any day would pay (in

addition to the Reservation Charges under its Agreement) the

commodity rate applicable to the actual transportation service

provided and the positive reservation rate differential, if any, to

the extent the reservation charge, expressed on a 100% load factor

basis, is higher for the path of actual flow than for the contract

path under the Agreement. Fuel will be assessed based on the actual

path utilized. These secondary Receipt Point rights would be

available to the original Shipper and any replacement Shipper taking

a release of the entire Agreement or a portion of the MDQ for the

entire Agreement. These rights would not be available to replacement

Shippers under a segmented release. Nothing herein shall affect

Delivery Point rights.