Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/1997, Docket: RP97- 3-002, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 573 Second Revised Sheet No. 573 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 573

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

9.6 The Base Segment Capacity Entitlements and the Operational

Segment Capacity Entitlements specified in the LINKþ System and the

contractual quantities specified in executed service agreements are based

on a winter peak day design assumption utilized in designing and

constructing Pipeline's facilities and are based on Customers requiring the

total quantities listed under the columns designated "STX/M1 - TGC Zone

Boundary Exit Quantity", "WLA/M1 - TGC Zone Boundary Exit Quantity",

"ETX/M1 - TXG Zone Boundary Exit Quantity" and "WLA/M1 - TXG Zone Boundary

Exit Quantity" in the LINKþ System to exit Pipeline's system via Texas Gas

Transmission Corporation and Trunkline Gas Company and requiring 302,000

Dth/d to enter Pipeline's system at the Lebanon Point(s) of Receipt on

Pipeline's system. The "ELA Total Operational Segment Capacity

Entitlements" are based on the assumption that at least 215,000 Dth of gas

is being delivered into Pipeline's system on the Monroe lateral. To the

extent Pipeline in fact experiences a peak day under operating conditions

other than those assumed for a winter peak day design, Pipeline's ability

to receive or deliver on the same day the aggregate MDQ for all Customers

may be adversely impacted.

 

9.7 A Customer with Operational Segment Capacity Entitlements may

from time to time exchange without any additional consideration of any kind

its Operational Segment Capacity Entitlements in any particular segment of

Pipeline's facilities for equivalent Operational Segment Capacity

Entitlements of another Customer in a different segment(s) of Pipeline's

facilities. Such exchange will be for a minimum duration of one (1) day,

will be posted on the LINKþ System, and will be implemented by Pipeline,

provided Pipeline receives notice from the Customers of their desire to

exchange such capacity entitlements at least twenty-four (24) hours prior

to 9:00 a.m. CT of the effective date of the exchange. Such notice will be

provided to Pipeline via the LINKþ System. Pipeline shall revise the

information on the LINKþ System showing the currently effective capacity

entitlements of Customers pursuant to this Section 9.

 

9.8 A Customer with firm Point(s) of Receipt may from time to time

exchange, without any additional consideration of any kind, its firm

Point(s) of Receipt in any particular segment of Pipeline's Access Area for

equivalent firm Point(s) of Receipt of another Customer in a different

segment(s) of Pipeline's Access Area provided, however, the party acquiring

a firm Point(s) of Receipt may not have a MDRO in excess of acquiring

Customer's Operational Segment Capacity Entitlements in the segment in

which such firm Point(s) of Receipt is located. Such exchange will be for

a minimum duration of one (1) day, will be posted on the LINKþ System, and

will be implemented by Pipeline, provided Pipeline receives notice from the

Customers of their desire to exchange such firm Point(s) of Receipt at

least twenty-four (24) hours prior to 9:00 a.m. CT of the effective date of

the exchange. Such notice will be provided to Pipeline via the LINKþ

System. Pipeline shall revise the information on the LINKþ System showing

the currently effective capacity entitlements of Customers pursuant to this

Section 9.