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. 317 Original Sheet No. 317 : Pending

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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to or receipts from an out-of-path storage point may exceed Natural's

ability to accommodate such nominations that day. Natural may reject

nominations at any out-of-path storage point on any day to the extent

such nominations exceed Natural's capability to deliver gas to or

receive gas from storage (as applicable) in relation to that zone,

taking into account the operating conditions on Natural's system

(including its storage fields).

 

(2) A storage point under a firm transportation

Agreement which has a primary Delivery Point in the Market Delivery Zone

will be treated as in-the-path in conjunction with withdrawals where

storage rights are separately released or utilized under Rate Schedule

FRSS, both injections and withdrawals under Rate Schedules NSS and BESS

and for service under Rate Schedule PALS if the following criteria are

met. For storage points to be treated as in-the-path for withdrawals

under Rate Schedule NSS or separately utilized storage rights under Rate

Schedule FRSS, the primary path under the firm transportation Agreement

used for withdrawal must extend to the Market Delivery Zone through

either Station 103 or 305 from a primary Receipt Point further south and

such primary path may not be segmented except in zones upstream of the

Midcontinent and Texok Receipt Zones (any Shipper in any release which

does not hold the required primary path shall not have in-the-path

storage rights). Storage points will be treated as in-the-path on

injection under Rate Schedule NSS so long as the primary path under the

firm transportation Agreement extends from a primary Receipt Point in a

zone other than the Iowa-Illinois Receipt Zone to a primary Delivery

Point in the Market Delivery Zone, and such path is not segmented in the

Market Delivery Zone. In the case of receipts in the Iowa-Illinois

Receipt Zone, such storage points shall be considered as in-the-path so

long as the primary path under the firm transportation Agreement extends

from Station 109 to a primary Delivery Point in the Market Delivery Zone

(including primary paths extending around to points on the Gulf Coast

Line), provided that such primary path is not segmented in the Market

Delivery Zone (any Shipper in any release which does not hold the

required primary path shall not have in-the-path storage rights).

Receipts on the Gulf Coast Line north of Station 311 (where no waiver

has been posted) shall be considered as in-the-path Amarillo Line

receipts under the conditions stated in the prior sentence. Other Gulf

Coast Line receipts shall be treated as in-the-path on injection if the

Shipper has a primary path from the Receipt Point to a Delivery Point in

the Market Delivery Zone and such path is not segmented. A storage point

under a firm transportation Agreement which has a primary Delivery Point

in any of the production zones (Louisiana, South Texas, Texok,