Wyoming Interstate Company, Ltd.

Second Revised Volume No. 2

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Effective Date: 04/12/2010, Docket: RP10-491-000, Status: Effective

Seventh Revised Sheet No. 63A Seventh Revised Sheet No. 63A

Superseding: Sixth Revised Sheet No. 63A

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

8. OPERATING PROVISIONS

 

8.1 FIRM SERVICE (Continued)

 

(c) Segmentation of Capacity (Continued)

 

(iii) Implementation of Segmentation. Transporter's Nomination

and Capacity Release systems have been modified to

accommodate Segmented transactions in keeping with the

prerequisites enumerated in Sections 8.1(c)(i) and (ii).

 

(A) Segmentation transactions for which the Point of

Receipt or Point of Delivery lies within Shipper's

Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path are to be

scheduled as primary for the portion of the

transaction that is within Shipper's Primary

Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path and Flow Path

Secondary for the portion of the transaction

outside such flow path. However, Shipper may

request to acquire primary rights at the Point of

Receipt and/or Point of Delivery from Transporter.

 

(B) Transactions that are opposite to the Primary

Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path are distinguished

from the Shipper's Primary Capacity and shall be

scheduled as Secondary Capacity up to the Shipper's

MDQ.

 

(C) Segmentation transactions entirely outside the

Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path are to be

scheduled as Secondary.

 

(D) Scheduled quantities on any Segment in excess of

the Agreement MDQ shall be invoiced as Authorized

Overrun.

 

(E) Both releasing and replacement Shippers may utilize

Secondary Capacity. Based on their Capacity Release

contract MDQs, Secondary Capacity on a Segment

shall be allocated on a pro rata basis between the

Releasing and Replacement Shippers up to the

original contractual MDQ. Capacity utilized above

the Secondary Capacity allocation shall be

allocated and invoiced as Authorized Overrun.