Northwest Pipeline Corporation

First Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 04/17/1992, Docket: RP92-141-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 403 First Revised Sheet No. 403 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 403

GENERAL TRANSPORTATION TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

1. DEFINITIONS (Continued)

 

1.15 Shipper means a party which executes a Transportation Agreement

with Transporter under one of the rate schedules contained in this FERC

Gas Tariff, First Revised Volume No. 1-A.

 

1.16 Mainline Transportation System means Transporter's mainline(s)

extending generally from the U.S/Canadian border near Sumas, Washington

to a point near Ignacio, Colorado, all sales laterals, including but

not limited to the Eugene, Spokane, Wenatchee, Kellogg, Reno, Red Wash,

Piceance Creek and Nucla Laterals and any other pipelines or laterals

owned in whole or in part by Transporter which are utilized to provide

jurisdictional transportation of natural gas where the service does not

qualify for the gathering exemption of Section 1(b) of the Natural Gas

Act.

 

1.17 Receiving Party means the party who controls the facilities into

which the gas is delivered for Shipper.

 

1.18 Nominating Party means the person or party designated by Shipper

to communicate Shipper's nominations to Transporter.

 

2. RECEIPT AND DELIVERY POINT AND PRESSURES

 

2.1 Receipt Points. The Receipt Point(s) at which Transporter will

receive gas for transportation are to be identified on Exhibit "A" of

the executed Transportation Agreement. Exhibit "A" shall be amended

as necessary to reflect the addition or deletion of Receipt Points

mutually agreed to by the parties in writing, subject to the Receipt

Point Flexibility and Priority of Service provisions of this FERC Gas

Tariff, First Revised Volume No. 1-A.

 

These points can include both points which Transporter operates as

physical receipt points into its mainline, as well as any point on

Transporter's mainline which Transporter and Shipper have contractually

agreed to treat as a receipt point for the purpose of transferring the

gas from one Transportation Agreement with Transporter to another.

 

2.2 Shippers Delivery Pressure. Gas shall be delivered to Transporter

at the specified Receipt Points at pressures sufficient to allow the

gas to enter the facilities of Transporter but shall not be delivered

at pressures in excess of the maximum allowable operating pressure of

Transporter's facilities at such Receipt Points. Transporter is under

no obligation to modify its line pressures to permit the entry of

Shipper's gas into its system.