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Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/16/2009, Docket: RP10-53-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 647 Third Revised Sheet No. 647

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 647

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

30.3 Zone Boundary Exit/Entry.

 

A Customer that is able to tender and deliver Gas across a Zone Boundary within

its Zone Boundary Exit and Entry entitlements upstream of the Point of Delivery

will be deemed to be tendering Gas at a Primary Point of Receipt.

 

30.4 Use of the Pipeline System Capacity.

 

Pipeline will direct flows of Gas on its discrete lines to maximize Customer

scheduling flexibility; provided, however, Pipeline shall have the right to

schedule on each line separately consistent with each Customer's Transportation

Path as necessary to ensure Pipeline's ability to render service to firm Customers

and the safe and reliable operation of Pipeline's system.

 

30.5 Secondary Points.

 

In addition to the firm Point(s) of Receipt and/or Delivery available under

Section 14 of these General Terms and Conditions, a Customer under Rate Schedules

CDS, FT-1 and SCT may schedule and tender/deliver any Quantity of Gas at (i) any

Point(s) of Receipt on Pipeline's system or Point(s) of Receipt on a third party

pipeline system pursuant to Section 3.16 of these General Terms and Conditions or

at (ii) any Point(s) of Delivery on Pipeline's system or on a third party pipeline

system pursuant to Section 3.16 of these General Terms and Conditions, including

in excess of the MDRO, MDDO, and Section 14.9 Firm Capacity (but capped at the

original firm contract holder's total MDQ and subject to the overlap provisions

set forth in Section 30.1(b) above). In addition to the firm Point(s) of Delivery

specified in the executed SS-1 service agreement, a Customer under Rate Schedule

SS-1 may schedule and deliver any Quantity of Gas at any Secondary Point on

Pipeline's system, including in excess of the MDDO and Section 14.9 Firm Capacity

(but capped at the original firm contract holder's total MDWQ).

 

These rights shall be subject to:

(i) quantities tendered must be within the accurate measurement capability and

within the applicable operating restrictions imposed by the U.S.

Department of Transportation with regard to the facilities installed at

the Point(s) of Receipt and Point(s) of Delivery;

(ii) the requirement that the receipt and/or delivery of such Quantity of Gas

will not impair the ability of Pipeline to satisfy Pipeline's firm

obligations to other firm Customers and/or will not impair the safe

operation of Pipeline's facilities;

(iii) the requirement that Pipeline shall not receive, except for pre-injection

quantities, or deliver for the account of Customer in the aggregate a

Quantity of Gas in excess of the Customer's rights in any portion of

Pipeline's system which are defined in the Access Area by the Operational

Segment Capacity Entitlements, MDRO, and Section 14.9 Firm Capacity and in

the Market Area by the Customer's Transportation Path(s), MDDO, and

Section 14.9 Firm Capacity;

(iv) the requirement that the Point(s) of Receipt and Point(s) of Delivery are

located within the Zone(s) containing the Transportation Path for such

service agreement; and/or