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. 257 First Revised Sheet No. 257

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 257






8.1(a)(iii) FIRM SERVICE (Continued)


(D) As long as FERC's Order No. 637 policies require it, a firm

Shipper (or a Releasing Shipper and a Replacement Shipper

participating in a capacity release) may Segment its

capacity by simultaneously transporting its full MDQ in a

forward haul and its full MDQ in a Backhaul to the same

delivery point.


(E) Control of Segmentation. Transporter reserves the right at

any time to control or restrict Segmentation when, in

Transporter's sole discretion, such Segmentation would

result in a degradation of service or pose a threat to the

sound operation of Transporter's System. Such control or

restriction may be necessary to ensure that critically

sourced gas is available when and where it is needed during

times of normal, as well as critical operations.


(iv) Shipper, utilizing Segmentation point(s) shall pay the

applicable maximum reservation and commodity rates for the

portion of Shipper's quantities utilizing Segmentation points,

unless Shipper has requested and been granted a discount

pursuant to Section 3.2 of Rate Schedule FT, or Shipper's TSA

provides otherwise. In no event shall Shipper be entitled to

more transportation service than is provided for under the TSA.

Shipper's entitlements at the existing primary receipt or

delivery points are not affected by Segmentation.


(b) Flexible Receipt and Delivery Point(s).


(i) Designation of primary receipt and delivery points. The receipt

and delivery points listed in the TSA shall be the Shipper's

primary receipt and delivery points. The total receipt point

capacity must equal the total delivery point capacity and must

equal the MDQ specified in the TSA.