Guardian Pipeline, L.L.C.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2010, Docket: RP10-926-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 171 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 171

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 171








for its own use or in connection with a capacity release

pursuant to Section 21 of the GT&C. If Shipper utilizes

two (2) or more discrete pipeline segments, the sum of the

Quantities of Gas nominated at all Points of Receipt or at

all Points of Delivery by the Shipper and, if applicable,

the Releasing Shipper may exceed the MDQ specified in the

Service Agreement so long as the Quantities nominated for

transportation in a pipeline segment do not exceed the MDQ

applicable to the segment. Shipper may segment its

Contract Path to forwardhaul and backhaul Quantities of Gas

to the same Point of Receipt or to the same Point of

Delivery. In such a segmented transaction, the Shipper may

exceed its MDQ at that Point of Receipt or Point of

Delivery and may nominate Quantities of Gas in each segment

up to Shipper's MDQ assigned to such segment; provided,

however, the Quantities nominated to flow in the opposite

direction of the flow of the Contract Path shall be

considered to be outside the Shipper's Contract Path. If

the Releasing Shipper and the Replacement Shipper nominate

Quantities of Gas in segments that overlap, the Quantities

shall be scheduled in accordance with Section 12.2(a) of

the GT&C. If the Quantities have equal priority and the

sum of the Quantities cannot be scheduled, the Quantities

shall be scheduled pro rata unless the Releasing Shipper

specifies otherwise in its release notice.


17.5 Point(s) of Receipt and Delivery for Interruptible Service


Any Shipper receiving interruptible transportation service

under either Rate Schedule IT-1 or IT-2 may nominate

receipts and deliveries of Natural Gas at any Point of

Receipt or Delivery on Transporter's Pipeline Facilities in

accordance with the GT&C, with no impact on such Shipper's

interruptible queue priority.