Centerpoint Energy Gas Transmission Company

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/20/2008, Docket: RP09-89-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 383 First Revised Sheet No. 383

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 383





5.4 Point(s) of Delivery (continued)


deletions, substitutions or additions of Primary

Delivery Point(s) within thirty (30) Days of

Transporter's receipt of such request from Shipper. A

Shipper receiving discounted service shall not be

entitled to received discounted rates for deliveries

at substituted or changed Primary Delivery Points,

unless Transporter and Shipper expressly agree.


(b) Pressure. Transporter shall tender for delivery and Shipper

shall receive the Gas at whatever working pressures are

maintained in Transporter's system at the Point(s) of

Delivery from time to time. In no event, however, shall

Transporter be obligated to tender for delivery or shall

Shipper receive Gas at a pressure greater than the maximum

(not to exceed the applicable MAOP) or less than the minimum

pressure specified, if any, in the Service Agreement.


(c) Constant Rates. Transporter shall tender and Shipper shall

receive Gas transported hereunder at rates as constant as

operationally feasible and consistent with the corresponding

delivery nominations throughout each Day and throughout each

Service Month, provided however, said constant rate

obligation shall not be interpreted to limit the Shipper's

exercise of its on-demand no-notice rights under Rate

Schedule NNTS. This constant rate obligation shall not

apply to a Shipper under Rate Schedule EFT to the extent it

is exercising its enhanced firm transportation rights in

accordance with the terms and conditions of such Rate



5.5 Delivery Nominations and Scheduling. Unless there is an

operational balancing agreement in effect at the Delivery Point,

one of the following standard allocation methodologies, inter

alia, will be determined in accordance with NAESB Standards after

or during confirmation and prior to gas flow. Pursuant to NAESB

Standard 2.3.16, the list of allocation methodology types agreed

upon is as follows: