Crossroads Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2001, Docket: RP02- 14-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 155 Original Sheet No. 155 : Superseded





14.7 Recall; Reassignment of Assigned Service Rights.


(a) Agreements Subject to Recall. Releasors shall be permitted to specify as a condition for

releasing capacity the right to recall that assigned capacity upon notice to Transporter and to Replacement

Shipper. Any such recall provision must be included in the Release Notice originally submitted by Releasor

and in the assignment agreement executed following assignment of the capacity. The Release Notice and the

assignment agreement governing the assigned capacity shall clearly state (i) the frequency with which

Releasor may recall any released capacity, (ii) the maximum duration of any such recall, (iii) the length of

the advance notice to Transporter and Replacement Shipper required before recall may be effectuated, and

(iv) whether and under what conditions any right of first refusal held by Releasor is transferred to

Replacement Shipper, and (v) such other terms as Releasor may specify; provided that (A) advance notice to

Transporter shall not be required if the receipt and delivery points and quantity are unchanged; (B) advance

notice to Transporter and to Replacement Shipper shall be no later than 8:00 a.m. (C.T.) on the day before

the effective Gas Day; and (C) there shall be no partial day recalls of capacity. Releasor also may provide

in the Release Notice for self-implementing recalls of the released capacity to be effected without the

participation of Transporter, where such self-implementing recalls would be consistent with pipeline

operations; provided that Transporter has approved in advance the terms and conditions applicable to that

self-implementing release. Replacement Shipper shall be permitted to make secondary assignments of all or

any part of the capacity, unless prohibited by the Releasor, contained in its assignment agreement that is

subject to Releasor's right to recall, provided, however, that such assignments shall not vary the recall

provisions contained in the original assignment; provided, moreover, that all recalls must comply with (B)

above, and provided further that partial day recalls are not allowed under any circumstances.


(b) Agreements Not Subject to Recall. A Replacement Shipper that desires to release some or all

of its assigned capacity (Replacement Shipper/Secondary Releasor) may release and reassign all or a portion

of the assigned capacity to other parties (Secondary Replacement Shippers) if the original assignment is not

subject to recall by the original Releasor, as described at paragraph (a) immediately above. Any such

reassignment must satisfy all of the posting, bidding and notice requirements set forth in this Section, and

any Secondary Replacement Shipper must satisfy all of the creditworthiness and other requirements set forth

in this Section. No limitation unless required by the Releasor shall be placed on the number of times

service rights that are not subject to recall may be reassigned, provided, however, that a Replacement

Shipper/Secondary Releasor may not assign rights any greater than the rights it received pursuant to the

earlier assignment, and may not place any unreasonable or discriminatory conditions on such assignments.


(c) Assignment Agreements that call for payment by Shipper of a one-part volumetric rate may not

be released and assigned.