Trunkline Gas Company, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2003, Docket: RP03-534-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 223 Original Sheet No. 223 : Effective








(4) Interruptible service in sequence starting with the

highest rate.


If Trunkline is unable to schedule all Quantities nominated

because of a constraint other than at a Point of Receipt or

Point of Delivery, Trunkline shall schedule firm service

utilizing primary Points of Receipt and Points of Delivery

and firm service utilizing secondary Points of Receipt or

Points of Delivery or both on a pro rata basis if the

constraint is within the Primary Path of the Transportation

service. Other service shall be scheduled in the order

specified in Sections 3.2(A)(3) and (4).


Within each service category provided in (1) through (4)

above, Shipper or TABS-1 Party may provide a ranking of

individual Points of Receipt and Points of Delivery within

the Service Agreement in the event the entirety of the

nomination cannot be scheduled.


Shippers paying a Negotiated Rate which exceeds the Maximum

Rate will be considered to be paying the Maximum Rate for

purposes of this Section 3.2(A).


To accommodate the multiple categories of priority that may

occur under a Transportation Service Agreement and to

establish usage billing rates, Shipper shall establish a

point to point relationship through specified nominations.

These categories will be ranked first on the priority of the

Point of Receipt and then on the priority of the Point of

Delivery. Authorized Quantities in excess of MDQ shall be

scheduled as interruptible. Firm Transportation Service

Agreements with nominations from a TABS-1 service point will

be scheduled based upon the priority of the Points of Receipt

nominated by the TABS-1 Party and contained in the firm

Transportation Service Agreements.


A Shipper under Rate Schedule FT, EFT, QNT or LFT may segment

its Primary Path into two (2) or more discrete segments for

its own use or in connection with a capacity release pursuant

to Section 9 of the General Terms and Conditions to the

extent such segmentation is operationally feasible. In

connection with such segmentation, the Shipper may utilize

secondary Point(s) of Receipt or Delivery, including

secondary Point(s) upstream and downstream of the Primary

Path, so long as the secondary Point(s) are within the

Zone(s) for which the Shipper has paid. Operational