Natural Gas Pipeline Company Of America

Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/18/2008, Docket: RP08-319-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 315 Original Sheet No. 315 : Pending






(d) If nominations by all Shippers under all DSS, FRSS,

FTS, FFTS and FTS-G Agreements for secondary point service for which

such Shippers are eligible exceed Natural's available capacity at any

secondary point, available capacity shall be allocated to all DSS,

FRSS, FTS, FFTS and FTS-G Shippers within their applicable MDQs at

such secondary point(s) based on MDQ.


(e) Notwithstanding the foregoing, unless a nomination

for service at a secondary point is submitted by the date nominations

are due under these General Terms and Conditions for service to

commence on the first day of a month, that nomination shall (subject

to the remainder of this subsection) be subordinate for that month,

for scheduling purposes, to timely first-of-the-month nominations for

secondary point service under Rate Schedules DSS, FRSS, FTS, FFTS or

FTS-G. Once service under a firm Rate Schedule has commenced during a

month at the secondary point, the service will not be interrupted

during that month as a result of subsequent nominations for secondary

point DSS, FRSS, FTS, FFTS or FTS-G service that would have had higher

priority if submitted as a timely first-of-the-month nomination except

as follows: (1) properly submitted and confirmed mid-month firm

service nominations at primary points will supersede any secondary

point service outside the path or where there is a constraint at the

point; and (2) properly submitted and confirmed mid-month nominations

at secondary points within a path created by primary points will

supersede secondary point service outside the path unless the capacity

constraint is only at the point. Confirmed mid-month nominations

within MDQ at a secondary point by a holder of firm service will

interrupt service at that point under any interruptible Rate Schedule.


(f) The primary Receipt and Delivery Points define the

primary path(s), including the direction of flow for the primary

path(s). Shippers may nominate service at secondary points so that

the direction of flow is the same as or the opposite from the primary

path direction of flow. However, if the primary path direction of

flow is physically a backhaul on a day, a nomination for service that

would require a physical forward haul shall be treated as being

outside the primary path on that day.




(a) (1) Service at pooling points shall be governed by

Section 9 of these General Terms and Conditions. Except where the

Automatic Agency Procedures set forth in subsection (2) below apply,

to determine the volumes which can be accommodated at a pooling