Mogas Pipeline LLC (Fomerly Missouri Interstate Gas)

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2008, Docket: CP06-407-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 89 Original Sheet No. 89 : Pending






33. Flexible Point Rights and Segmentation


33.1 Primary Points - A shipper may request primary points under

the Transporter's Firm Transportation Rate Schedule. Each

primary point agreed to by Transporter and Shipper shall be

identified in the Exhibits of the Firm Transportation Agreement

along with the Maximum Daily Quantity that is applicable to that

primary point.


33.2 Alternate Points - Subject to availability of capacity,

other receipt and delivery points shall be available as alternate

points for shippers receiving service under the Transporter's

Firm Transportation Rate Schedule.


33.3 Segmentation Rights - A Shipper may use the nomination

process to segment capacity. To segment its Primary Path into

discrete segments for its own use or in connection with a

capacity release pursuant to Section 21 of these General Terms

and Conditions, the Shipper must nominate a receipt point and a

corresponding delivery point up to the Shipper's Maximum Daily

Quantity for each proposed segment. Transporter shall schedule

nominations for receipt points and delivery points subject to the

availability of capacity on the Transporter's system,

Transporter's operational requirements and its FERC Gas Tariff.

All receipt points must be located at a physical point of

interconnection between the Transporter and another pipeline.


34. Operational purchases and sales


Transporter may buy and/or sell gas to the extent necessary: (i)

to provide or maintain system pressure and line pack, (ii) to

balance fuel quantities, and (iii) to perform other operational

functions of Transporter in connection with transportation



35. Third Party Pipeline Capacity


Transporter, from time to time, may contract in its own name to

acquire and utilize capacity on a third-party system. Any

services provided to Shippers using such capacity shall be

provided pursuant, and subject, to the applicable provisions of

Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff, including the applicable rates, as

on file and in effect from time to time. The "shipper must have

title" policy is waived to permit Transporter to utilize such

capacity to provide services to its Shippers.


36. Creditworthiness


General - Transporter shall not be required to (a) execute a

Service Agreement providing for service under the applicable Rate

Schedule for any Shipper who fails to meet Transporter's

standards for creditworthiness, or (b) initiate service for a

Shipper who fails to meet Transporter's standards for

creditworthiness, or (c) continue service for any Shipper who is

or has become non-creditworthy or who, at Transporter's request,

fails within a reasonable period to demonstrate creditworthiness

pursuant to Transporter's standards. If Shipper is found to be

non-creditworthy, Transporter will, upon request, inform Shipper

in writing as to the reasons Shipper has been deemed non-