Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline, L.L.C.

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/07/2008, Docket: RP08-113-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 236A First Revised Sheet No. 236A : Effective

Superseding: Sub Original Sheet No. 236A

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

6. SERVICE SCHEDULING (continued)

 

6.7 Customer shall have the right to segment its firm capacity for

scheduling purposes, subject to this Section 6 and to the

following restrictions. Pipeline shall not have the obligation

to schedule Customer's firm capacity in segments if, in

Pipeline's discretion, scheduling such segments (a) will impair

Pipeline's ability to provide reliable service to any other

firm Customer, (b) will impair the safe operation of Pipeline's

system, and/or (c) will result in the combined nominations of

Customer and any Replacement or Prearranged Customer who has

obtained all or a portion of Customer's original capacity

through capacity release to exceed Customer's original MDTQ on

any segment of capacity on Pipeline's system. If Pipeline

denies a request to segment capacity, it shall provide the

requesting Customer with an explanation of the specific

reason(s) for the denial within two (2) hours following the

denial (if Pipeline received the request between 6:30 A.M. CT

and 4:00 P.M. CT on a Business Day). For requests received

between 6:30 A.M. CT and 4:00 P.M. CT on a non-Business Day or

after 4:00 P.M. on any Day, Pipeline shall provide such

explanation by 8:30 A.M. CT on the next Business Day.

 

For the purpose of determining whether any overlapping transactions

exceed, in the aggregate (based on all relevant Customer

utilization) the contract entitlements of the original firm

contract in any segment or at any point (including, without

limitation, the MDTQ or segment entitlements), a transaction that

involves movement of gas in the same direction as that contemplated

by the Primary Point(s) of Receipt and the Primary Point(s) of

Delivery on the firm Service Agreement and a transaction that

involves movement of gas that is counter to the direction

contemplated by the Primary Point(s) of Receipt and the Primary

Point(s) of Delivery on the firm Service Agreement that are

nominated to the same delivery point for the same gas flow date and

time shall not be deemed to be an overlap at that delivery point;

provided, however, in no event shall Pipeline be obligated to

deliver on a primary firm basis at that delivery point a quantity

in excess of the MDDO applicable to that delivery point. For the

purpose of determining whether any overlapping nominations in a

segment exceed, in the aggregate (based on all relevant Customer

utilization) the contract entitlements of the original firm

contract in any segment or at any point (including, without

limitation, the MDTQ or segment entitlements), a transaction that

involves movement of gas in the same direction as that contemplated

by the Primary Point(s) of Receipt and the Primary Point(s) of

Delivery on the firm Service Agreement and a transaction that

involves movement of gas that is counter to the direction

contemplated by the Primary Point(s) of Receipt and the Primary

Point(s) of Delivery on the firm Service Agreement that are

nominated on the same segment for the same gas flow date and time

shall be deemed to be an overlap on that segment.