Centerpoint Energy Gas Transmission Company

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/26/2009, Docket: RP09-843-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 266A Third Revised Sheet No. 266A

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 266A








2.3 (a) A firm wheeling Shipper must request Primary Point(s) of

Receipt at Perryville Hub Receipt Points with associated

MRO(s)and/or an Aggregation Quantity, as defined in Section

1.1 of the General Terms and Conditions, and Primary Point(s)

of Delivery at Perryville Hub Points of Delivery with

associated MDO(s), which, if approved, will be specified in

its Rate Schedule PHS Service Agreement. A firm wheeling

Shipper's total MRO(s) and AQ shall not exceed Contract

Demand, nor shall the total of its MDO(s). Transporter and a

firm wheeling Shipper with Primary Receipt Point(s) and MROs

may agree in a Service Agreement to allow the Shipper to

utilize and nominate from an Aggregation Point from time to

time in lieu of its Primary Receipt Point(s). In such case,

a Shipper's utilization of an AP and its Primary Receipt

Points in total shall not exceed the CD under such Shipper's

Rate Schedule PHS Service Agreement. Pools are not eligible

Receipt Points for wheeling service. Firm wheeling service

must be nominated by Shipper, confirmed by upstream and

downstream connected pipelines, and scheduled by Transporter.


(b) A Shipper may aggregate supplies from the points listed in

this Section 2.3(b) into a unique, proprietary Aggregation

Point, or AP. Shipper may nominate from its AP to any

Perryville Hub Delivery Point(s) in accordance with its Rate

Schedule PHS (Wheeling) Service Agreement. Such aggregation

option shall be on an interruptible basis. No fee shall be

charged, nor shall Fuel Use and LUFG be retained for such

aggregation option. APs shall not be available as Delivery

Points, nor for any purpose other than as specified in this

Section 2.3(b).