Midwestern Gas Transmission Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/06/2009, Docket: RP09-352-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 59F Original Sheet No. 59F








4.2 Delivery Points (Continued)


Subject to the availability of capacity and the requirements of the

Transportation Path as set forth in Section 1 of this Rate Schedule, any

Delivery Point on the Scotland-Portland Segment shall be eligible for

designation as a Primary Delivery Point(s) for gas transported under this Rate

Schedule pursuant to Subsection 15.2 of the General Terms and Conditions of

Company's FERC Gas Tariff. Company shall not be required under any

circumstances to deliver gas at any Delivery Point where the total quantity of

gas scheduled for delivery on any day is less than that required for the

accurate measurement of quantities to be delivered. Nothing in this Section 4

is intended to limit the rights of either the Releasing Shipper or the

Replacement Shipper upon the release of firm capacity.


4.3 Gas Quantities at Receipt/Delivery Points


On any given day, quantities transported from the Receipt Point(s) to the

Delivery Point(s) may not exceed the Transportation Quantity under the

Shipper's FT-C Agreement at any mainline location.


4.4 Pressures


Shipper shall deliver gas to Company at the pressure required from time to time

to enable the gas to enter Company's facilities at the Receipt Points, but the

pressure of gas delivered into Company's system shall not exceed Company's

maximum allowable operating pressure. Company shall deliver gas to Shipper or

Shipper's designee at Company's line pressure existing at the Delivery Point(s).


4.5 Uniform Quantities


As nearly as practical, Shipper shall deliver and receive gas in uniform hourly

quantities during any day. However, Company shall use its best efforts as

operational conditions permit, to allow Shippers to deliver or receive gas in

non-uniform hourly quantities during any day.