Algonquin Gas Transmission, LLC

Fifth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 02/13/2010, Docket: RP10-308-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 620 Second Revised Sheet No. 620

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 620








48.1 Segmentation of Capacity (continued).


B. By Means of Capacity Release.


Releasing Customers can also segment firm capacity in their Base

Flow Path through capacity release in accordance with the

provisions of Section 14 of the General Terms and Conditions of

Algonquin's FERC Gas Tariff, subject to the requirement that the

release or multiple releases do not increase the total

contractual entitlements (including, without limitation, the

MDTQ, MDRO or MDDO) above the contractual entitlements of the

original firm Service Agreement in any segment or at any point.

The right to segment is subject to the requirement that

aggregate quantities of gas received, transported or delivered

under a Customer's Service Agreement, and, if such Service

Agreement is the result of capacity release, the aggregate

quantities of gas received, transported or delivered by all

other Customers utilizing capacity rights derived from the

original firm Service Agreement, shall not exceed the Customer's

MDTQ under such Service Agreement in any segment.


Unless the point at which gas is received or to which gas is

delivered is designated in Customer's Service Agreement as

having an MDRO or MDDO, such point shall be a Secondary Point.

The priority of deliveries to and from Secondary Points for

scheduling, curtailment, and other tariff purposes shall be as

set forth below in Section 48.3. As a general matter, Customers

will have the right to utilize all Secondary Points so long as

such use does not impair Algonquin's ability to render firm

service, does not adversely affect Customers firm contractual

rights, and/or does not adversely affect the safe and reliable

operation of Algonquin's system.