ANR Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2006, Docket: RP06-613-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 122A Fourth Revised Sheet No. 122A : Effective

Superseding: Sub Third Revised Sheet No. 122A







shall be required to designate, no more frequently than each April

1, the gate station which it elects to serve as the Primary

Receipt Point or Primary Delivery Point, whichever is applicable.


Further, unless otherwise agreed, the rates and charges applicable to

service from the Primary Receipt Point to the Primary Delivery Point

shall also apply to segmentation nominations along the Primary Route.

For purposes of determining whether a nominated segmented release is

operationally feasible, Transporter shall take into consideration the

availability of mainline and/or point capacity, the location on

Transporter's Pipeline System of the nominated segment, and whether or

not the nomination is otherwise consistent with the tariff requirements

and scheduling practices for all of Transporter's services.


(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 10.3(a)(2), above, if the

sum of the nominations on an overlapping segment exceed the firm

entitlements of the underlying segmented Service Agreement, the

Releasing and/or Replacement Shipper(s) shall be required to notify

Transporter as to which quantities (up to the level of the firm

entitlements of the underlying segmented Service Agreement) shall be

treated as a firm nomination, and which shall be treated as an

authorized overrun nomination. In the absence of such notice, the

services shall be scheduled in accordance with Section 10.1, above,

provided however, that if both services are of equal priority, then

Transporter shall treat the nomination of the Releasing Shipper as

the nomination entitled to the firm priority status up to the level

of the firm entitlements of the underlying segmented Service