Wyoming Interstate Company, Ltd.

Second Revised Volume No. 2

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Effective Date: 04/12/2010, Docket: RP10-491-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 63B First Revised Sheet No. 63B

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 63B








(c) Segmentation of Capacity (Continued)


(iii) Implementation of Segmentation (Continued)

(F) A firm Shipper (or a Releasing Shipper and a

Replacement Shipper participating in a capacity

release) may segment its capacity by

simultaneously transporting its full MDQ in a

forward haul and its full MDQ in a backhaul

(opposite to the Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow

Path) to the same delivery point.


(G) Control of Segmentation. In addition to the

prerequisites established in Section 8.1(c)(ii),

Transporter reserves the right at any time to

control or restrict Segmentation when, in

Transporter's sole discretion, such Segmentation

would result in a degradation of service or pose a

threat to the sound operation of Transporter's

system. Such control or restriction may be

necessary to ensure that critically sourced Gas is

available when and where it is needed during times

of normal, as well as critical operations. Such

control will be effected through the issuance of

Operational Flow Orders.


(iv) Shipper may Nominate Segmented transactions at any time.

Shipper utilizing Segmentation Point(s) shall pay the

maximum R1 rate and commodity rate under Rate Schedule FT

for the portion of Shipper's quantities utilizing

Segmentation Points, unless Shipper has requested and been

granted a discount pursuant to Section 3.10 of Rate

Schedule FT, or Shipper's Agreement provides otherwise.

Such adjustment shall not cause a Reservation Rate to be

greater than the maximum or less than the minimum rate

applicable to Rate Schedule FT. In no event shall Shipper

be entitled to more Transportation Service than is

provided for under the Agreement. Shipper's entitlements

at the existing Primary Points of Receipt and/or Delivery

are not affected by Segmentation.