Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1996, Docket: RP96-378-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 574 First Revised Sheet No. 574 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 574

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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9.9 Zone Boundary Entry Quantity and Zone Boundary Exit Quantity

 

Each executed service agreement under Rate Schedules CDS, FT-1, SCT

and SS-1 shall specify for each Zone, the Customer's relevant Zone Boundary

Entry Quantity and Zone Boundary Exit Quantity, by zone. Each Customer's

aggregate Zone Boundary Entry Quantity and Zone Boundary Exit Quantity for

service under Rate Schedules CDS, FT-1, SCT and SS-1 are set forth in the

LINKþ System. Pipeline shall permit in-line custody transfers for up to

the Zone Boundary Entry Quantity and Zone Boundary Exit Quantity at the

applicable zone boundary. Custody transfers may take place at the zone

boundary between firm service agreements, interruptible service agreements,

and any combination thereof. In the event the Zone Boundary Exit Quantity

and the Zone Boundary Entry Quantity for adjacent zones are not equal,

Customer's right to cause gas to exit or enter such zones is limited to the

lower of the Zone Boundary Exit Quantity or Zone Boundary Entry Quantity.

Volumes delivered at the exit of any zone are deemed delivered within that

zone and the subsequent receipt is deemed received in the downstream zone

for rate calculation purposes.