Vector Pipeline L.P.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2010, Docket: RP10-678-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 61 Second Revised Sheet No. 61

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 61


(c) Transporter shall not accept any requested change in Primary

Receipt or Delivery Point(s) if to do so would reduce the

reservation charges due under Shipper's Firm Transportation

Agreement, or, in Transporter's sole judgment, it would

impair Transporter's ability to satisfy existing firm



(d) To request a change in the Primary Receipt Point(s) and/or

the Primary Delivery Point(s), Shipper must provide

Transporter with two (2) Business Days prior notice in the

form of a written request accompanied by an amended

Exhibit A to Shipper's Firm Transportation Agreement.

Transporter will provide Shipper with written notice within

one (1) Business Day after receipt whether the requested

change has been accepted, in whole or in part. All such

changes, once accepted by Transporter, shall be effective on

the later of the next Gas Day after acceptance by

Transporter of the amended Exhibit A or the Gas Day

requested by Shipper.




5.1 A Shipper may segment its Contracted Capacity, either on a forward

haul or backhaul basis, whether for Shipper's own use or through a

capacity release, provided that service using any segmented

Receipt and Delivery Point(s) (i) does not exceed Shipper's

Contracted Capacity on a forward haul basis, (ii) the segmentation

nomination(s) is operationally feasible, (iii) there is sufficient

forward haul flow to permit a requested segmented backhaul, and

(iv) segmented service otherwise complies with Transporter's

Tariff, including the use and availability of alternate points

pursuant to sections 4.1 and 4.2. Where a Shipper has Contracted

Capacity rights in only one Rate Zone, Shipper may segment such

capacity only within that Rate Zone.


5.2 Shippers using segmented capacity may make forward and backhaul

deliveries to the same point. Shippers using segmented capacity

may not make nominations in which the total of the segmentation

nominations on any overlapping segment exceeds the firm

entitlements of the initial Transportation Agreement which was

segmented. If there are overlapping nominations, and if the

Releasing and Replacement Shippers have (a) agreed to a protocol

for resolving such overlapping nominations and (b) have provided

such protocol to Transporter at the time of the release,

Transporter will apply the agreed to protocol. In all other

instances of overlapping nominations, a Shipper(s) nominating

capacity within its segmented path shall have scheduling priority

over a Shipper(s) nominating outside its segmented path. Where

two or more Shippers have overlapping nominations due to each

nominating outside their respective segmented paths, the

conflicting nominations shall be adjusted pro rata based on each

Shipper's segmented Contracted Capacity to match the available

remaining firm entitlements of the initial Transportation

Agreement which was segmented.




If Shipper desires transportation of Gas on any Day under this Rate

Schedule, Shipper must nominate and schedule in accordance with sections

5 and 6 of the GT&C.