Trailblazer Pipeline Company

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/28/2007, Docket: RP08-168-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 163 Original Sheet No. 163 : Effective






(2) Trailblazer must be given timely notice of

the nature and level of the third party's service being provided on

any day.


(3) The agreement between Trailblazer and the

third party provider must define the operational changes the third

party provider will effectuate which will offset the operational

effects on Trailblazer of imbalances at points on the system

covered by the third party service.


(c) The physical facilities used by the third party to

effectuate the service must include physical storage facilities and

must be directly connected to Trailblazer's facilities and the

storage facilities must be in close enough physical proximity to

Trailblazer's system to support these operational effects, which

may require almost instantaneous operational changes on

Trailblazer. Bi-directional flow must be available at the delivery

and/or receipt points involved. The third party must have the

ability to get gas onto or off of the pipeline system in order to

truly provide a physical balancing service. The service cannot be

a paper transaction or a simple Operational Balancing Agreement

which puts the residual operational burden on Trailblazer.


(d) The Agreement between Shipper and any third party

must provide for acceptable compensation to Trailblazer in the

event the third party fails to perform and Trailblazer must provide

balancing service. Such compensation will be in addition to any

penalties which may otherwise be applicable under any provision of

the tariff.