Cameron Interstate Pipeline, LLC

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2008, Docket: RP08-647-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 78 Original Sheet No. 78

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

 

the event that, due to Pipeline's allocation of available capacity

for transportation services, all nominated deliveries cannot be

scheduled.

 

5.5 Nominations of Pooling Points. A Shipper may only submit an

Aggregation Nomination as defined in GT&Cs Section 13.2 under its

Pooling Service Agreement. A Shipper may only submit a

Disaggregation Nomination as defined in GT&Cs Section 13.2 for

transporting gas from a pool under its Service Agreement(s).

 

5.6 Upstream Confirmation Reductions. In the event that an upstream

operating entity's confirmation, pursuant to GT&Cs Sections 4, 5.1

and/or 5.2, reduces the scheduled quantities and such reductions are

made in aggregate for the Receipt Point(s), Pipeline shall reduce

such quantities in a corresponding amount on Pipeline's system based

upon Shipper's ranking. To the extent reductions in the

confirmation process are applicable to a contract (or to

transactions within a contract that are charged the same percentage

of the maximum rate), Pipeline will use Shipper's provided schedule

ranks (in accordance with NAESB defined data sets), or pro-rata if

no ranks are provided by Shipper, to effectuate such reductions to

the scheduled quantities.

 

Pipeline shall not allow reductions below the elapsed pro-rata

scheduled quantity without the express consent of the affected

party(s). Elapsed-prorated-scheduled quantity means that portion of

the scheduled quantity that would have theoretically flowed up to

the effective time of the Intraday Nomination being confirmed, based

upon a cumulative uniform hourly quantity for each nomination period

affected. Elapsed-pro-rata scheduled quantity will apply to all

nomination decreases submitted in the Intraday Nomination cycles.

 

5.7 Segmentation. Shipper may segment its capacity by nominating

receipts or deliveries of gas on a primary point basis, subject to

GT&Cs Sections 5, 6 and 11. Shipper may segment its capacity by

nominating receipt or deliveries of gas at any available point on

Pipeline's system on a secondary firm basis, subject to GT&Cs

Sections 5, 6 and 11. Deliveries will be scheduled on a primary firm

basis if utilizing Primary Receipt and/or Delivery Points within

Shipper's Capacity Path and on a secondary firm basis if utilizing

Secondary Receipt and/or Delivery Points outside Shipper's Capacity

Path. Segmentation of capacity will be permitted to the extent the

segmented capacity would not impair Pipeline's ability to render

services pursuant to its