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Effective Date: 11/03/2001, Docket: RP02- 17-000, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 321 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 321 : Effective

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 321






Transporter's supply legs in the following percentages: 100-line -- 35%;

800-line -- 21% and 500-line -- 44%.


Shippers may trade their entitlements to supply leg capacity (and Primary

Receipt Points) on such supply legs to any other party. If trades are

consummated, then the appropriate contract adjustments will be executed

and the traded capacity shall be deemed to be part of the recipient

Shipper's transportation quantity for all purposes including associated

rights of agency and capacity release. If requested by a Shipper,

Transporter will help facilitate a transfer of supply leg and receipt

point entitlements which the Shipper desires to transfer.


10.2 Election of Primary Receipt Points/Allocation of Receipt Point Capacity


(a) Primary Receipt Points -- Subject to a determination that

capacity is available, Shippers under Rate Schedules FT-A, FT-G,

FT-GS, FT-BH, and FT-IL can designate any number of receipt

points on Transporter's system in accordance with the provisions

of the individual rate schedules, including storage service

points, as Primary Receipt Points. The sum of the capacity at

all of the Primary Receipt Points cannot exceed the maximum

transportation quantity under Shipper's Transportation Service

Agreement. Subject to a determination that capacity is

available, a Shipper may elect to change to other primary receipt

points through prior notice to Transporter effected through

PASSKEY. All such elections will be reflected in an amended

Transportation Service Agreement and shall be effective at the

commencement of the revised service. Transporter shall not be

obligated to reduce a Shipper's reservation charge to effectuate

a change in receipt points. If requests for capacity at a