Cheyenne Plains Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/26/2010, Docket: RP10-876-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 244A First Revised Sheet No. 244A

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 244A







5.6 Transporter shall have no responsibility prior to its acceptance of

Natural Gas at the receipt point(s) and after delivery at the

delivery point(s), and Shipper shall have sole responsibility for all

arrangements necessary for delivery of Natural Gas to Transporter at

the receipt point(s) for transportation, and for all arrangements

necessary for receipt of Natural Gas for the account of Shipper at

the delivery point(s), which arrangements otherwise meet the

provisions set forth in these General Terms and Conditions.


5.7 Pressure


(a) Pressure at the receipt point(s). Shipper shall cause the gas

to be tendered at the receipt point(s) at a pressure sufficient

to enter Transporter's System, provided Shipper shall not,

except with the agreement of Transporter, be permitted to

tender the gas at any receipt point at a pressure in excess of

the maximum pressure specified for the receipt point(s) in

Exhibit A of the TSA.


(b) Pressure at the delivery point(s). Transporter shall tender gas

at the delivery point(s) at pressures sufficient to effect

delivery into the receiving pipeline facilities against the

pressures prevailing from time to time. Transporter, however,

shall not be required to deliver gas at a pressure greater than

the maximum pressure specified for each delivery point in

Exhibit A of the TSA.


(c) If mutually agreed upon in the TSA, Transporter may make

minimum delivery pressure commitments to Shippers on a non-

discriminatory basis, provided there is no adverse effect on

its system. Transporter will not agree to a minimum delivery

pressure that will render it unable to meet existing firm

service obligations and, upon request, will provide a written

explanation to the Shipper explaining the operational basis for

rejecting any request for a minimum delivery pressure.