Transwestern Pipeline Company
Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 01/03/2003, Docket: RP03-186-000, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 98 Second Revised Sheet No. 98 : Effective
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 98
33. Capacity Segments
Transporter's currently effective rate and fuel charges set forth on sheet Nos. 5A, 5A.01, 5A.02 and
5A.03 establish the available capacity segments on Transporter's system. Shippers may contract for
one or more of these segments on a single contract or may elect to contract for each segment on a
separate agreement. A shipper's election to contract for segments on separate agreements need not be
made until after the capacity is awarded and will not effect the valuation of a shipper's bid in any
bid evaluation process set forth in Section 24. A shipper that separately contracts for capacity
segments may release capacity segments pursuant to the provisions of Section 30.
Nothing herein prevents a Shipper from nominating capacity segments with a backhaul and a forwardhaul
to the same delivery point at the same time where such backhaul transactions can be performed by
displacement, and provided further that such nominations are subject to the scheduling priorities set
forth in Section 22 and the rate provisions set forth in Section 3.1 of the FTS-1 Rate Scehdule.
A shipper may at any time and at the shipper's option, aggregate or disaggregate capacity segments
through contract amendments. A shipper's election to segment an existing agreement into multiple
agreements will not alter a shipper's total contractual rate or any revenue obligation under the
existing agreement. To the extent a contract is disaggregated into segmented contracts, Transporter
shall bill the reservation portion of shipper's rate on the existing agreement and the commodity
portion of shipper's rates on the new capacity segment agreements.