Transcolorado Gas Transmission Company LLC
Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 12/28/2007, Docket: RP08-167-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 310 Original Sheet No. 310 : Effective
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
28.1 A Shipper may segment its firm capacity to the extent operationally
feasible. In addition, any Shipper may segment its firm capacity in releasing
to a Replacement Shipper to the extent operationally feasible. A Shipper
segmenting its own firm capacity shall effectuate such segmentation through the
nomination process under this Section 28. A Shipper may release firm capacity
on a segmented basis to the extent consistent with this Section 28 by following
the procedures set out in Section 6 of these General Terms and Conditions.
28.2 For the purposes of this Section 28, a segmentation of firm
capacity (whether of Shipper's own capacity or on release) shall be deemed
operationally feasible unless: (i) the segmentation would result in an increase
in firm contractual obligation by TransColorado on any segment or portion of
its system; or (ii) the segmentation would result in a physical haul in a
direction opposite to the primary path under the Agreement being segmented,
absent a determination by TransColorado, which determination will be made
within ten (10) Business Days of the request, that it can physically perform
the segmentation as requested.
28.3 In the event a path is segmented under this Section, the upstream
path segment shall receive priority at all secondary points upstream of the
break point and the downstream path segment shall receive priority at all
secondary points downstream of the break point.
28.4 Shippers may request to segment outside their primary path to the
extent that such a request to segment does not adversely impact TransColorado's
ability to perform its contractual obligations to all Shippers. If
TransColorado determines that it may perform such segmentation, Shippers shall
have priority of service in accordance with Section 8.1(a)(ii)(2) of these
General Terms and Conditions.
28.5 If TransColorado determines that it is operationally feasible, the
Shipper (or Replacement Shipper in the case of a release) may nominate service
at Receipt and Delivery Points for the path segment that results in a reverse
flow from the original path, subject to the discount policy stated in Section
28.7 below. If TransColorado determines that it is operationally feasible,
TransColorado will permit segmentation transactions consisting of forward hauls
up to contract demand and backhauls up to contract demand to the same point at
the same time.