Enbridge Pipelines (AlaTenn) L. L. C.

FOURTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2003, Docket: RP03-199-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 28A First Revised Sheet No. 28A : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 28A

RATE SCHEDULE FT (continued)

 

4.7 Segmentation. Shipper may divide the firm transportation service

of its FT Contract into segments of firm service either for its

own use or for release to a Replacement Shipper, provided that:

 

(a) the total contract demand of the combined services

applicable to a segment does not exceed the Contract Demand

in Shipper's FT Contract; and

 

(b) it is operationally feasible for Transporter to provide firm

service on the service segment(s).

 

Where a service segment is released to a Replacement Shipper, the

Releasing and Replacement Shippers shall be treated as separate

Shippers with separate contracts and contract demands. Thus, the

Releasing Shipper may seek changes in the Primary Receipt and

Primary Delivery Point(s) on the unreleased segment(s) up to the

contract demand for that unreleased segment, and the Replacement

Shipper may simultaneously seek changes in the Primary Receipt and

Primary Delivery Points on the released segment up to the contract

demand for that released segment. The Releasing Shipper and the

Replacement Shipper may further segment and release its service

segment(s) subject to the limitations specified herein and the

capacity release provisions of the General Terms and Conditions of

this Tariff. The Replacement Shipper may also seek Secondary

Receipt and Delivery Points on Transporter's system relative to

its service segment pursuant to Section 4.4 above. Where the

service segments of a Releasing and Replacement Shipper overlap,

the combined nominations of all Releasing and Replacement Shippers

on such overlapping segment shall not exceed the Contract Demand

of the original Shipper's FT Contract.