Great Lakes Gas Transmission Limited Partner

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/01/2004, Docket: RP05- 52-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 14A Third Revised Sheet No. 14A : Effective

Superseding: Second Sub. First Revised Sheet No. 14A










5.2 Shippers with Agreements under Rate Schedule IT to this FERC Gas Tariff, Second Revised Volume No. 1:

(a)May utilize all receipt points on Transporter's system, and

(b)May utilize all delivery points on Transporter's system.


All Rate Schedule IT Agreements in existence on November 1, 1993 shall be deemed to have as receipt points

all receipt points on Transporter's system and to have as delivery points all delivery points on

Transporter's system.


5.2.1 Shippers may utilize Primary and Secondary points to segment capacity for their own use subject to the

general nomination guidelines described in Section 3.1 of the General Terms and Conditions of this FERC Gas

Tariff, Second Revised Volume No. 1 and provided that the segmentation nomination is operationally

feasible. The aggregate nominated MDQ along any segment shall not exceed the service entitlement of the

Transportation Agreement. Segmentation may occur at any point on Transporter's System whether a physical or

a virtual point.


5.3 Shipper may request to permanently remove, add, or adjust the maximum daily receipt quantity at any Primary

Receipt Point within the zone(s) for which Shipper is paying (Primary Point Adjustment). Shippers seeking a

permanent Primary Point Adjustment shall provide Transporter with written request of such change at least 5

days prior to the desired effective date of the change. For Primary Point Adjustment Requests received

after June 1, 2003, the sum of the maximum daily receipt quantities for all Primary Receipt Points under

Shipper's Transportation Service Agreement, as adjusted, shall be equal to the Maximum Daily Quantity of

Shipper's Transportation Service Agreement. Acceptance of a Primary Point Adjustment is subject to the

availability of capacity and the operational and metering capabilities at the specified point(s). The

Adjustment must not diminish Transporter's ability to maintain its service priorities to other customers,

including but not limited to, other firm contractual commitments and pressure requirements. Transporter

shall not be required to accept a Primary Point Adjustment if the Adjustment would reduce the reservation

charges applicable under the Shipper's Transportation Service Agreement. Transporter shall evaluate any

Primary Point Adjustment Request on a not unduly discriminatory basis with, and applying the same standards

for evaluating, any request(s) for new service at such point(s). For purposes of evaluating a Primary Point

Adjustment Request, the Primary Point Adjustment will have an NPV of zero, unless the applicable

reservation charges for the service have been changed to create a positive NPV. Upon acceptance of a

Primary Point Adjustment, Shipper's Transportation Service Agreement shall be permanently revised to

reflect the Primary Points, maximum daily receipt quantities, effective date, and, if applicable, any

change in reservation charge as stated on Shipper's Primary Point Adjustment Request, and Shipper shall

permanently relinquish its right to points or quantities no longer reflected on its Transportation Service

Agreement. Transporter may remarket the capacity and primary point rights relinquished by the Shipper.