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Effective Date: 04/01/2000, Docket: CP99-211-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 7 Original Sheet No. 7 : Effective






3.4 Secondary Receipt and Delivery Points: Shipper may use as a

Secondary Receipt or Delivery Point any other receipt or delivery

point on Transporter's system by notifying Transporter in Shipper's

nomination. A Shipper may also use a Primary Receipt or Delivery

Point as a Secondary Point to the extent that Shipper nominates

quantities at the Primary Point in excess of the Shipper's Maximum

Daily Quantity for that Primary Point, but less than or equal to the

Transportation Quantity under the FT Agreement. A firm shipper's

rights to use a Secondary Receipt or Delivery Point shall be superior

to all interruptible shippers' use of that point, but inferior to the

rights of all firm shippers using that point as a Primary Delivery or

Receipt Point. Shipper's total receipts or deliveries on any day

shall not exceed the Transportation Quantity stated in the FT

Agreement (as adjusted for Retainage, if any), and, if the capacity

at a Secondary Receipt or Delivery Point is insufficient to serve all

shippers requesting the point, the receipt or delivery quantities for

that point shall be allocated in accordance with Section 9 of the

General Terms and Conditions.




4.1 Transportation Rates:


The applicable rates for service under this FT Rate Schedule are the

applicable maximum Reservation and Commodity Rates shown on the

effective Tariff Sheet No. 4; provided, however, Transporter has the

right at any time and from time to time to adjust the Reservation and

Commodity Rates applicable to any service upon notice to Shipper to

any level not less than the minimum nor more than the maximum

Reservation and Commodity Rates established for this Rate Schedule

and set forth on the effective Tariff Sheet No. 4.


In the event Transporter and Shipper agree to establish a fixed rate

to be charged for the duration of the transportation service, said

rate will be set forth in the applicable FT Agreement.


In the event that Transporter interrupts or curtails service for any

reason, other than Operational Flow Orders and events of force

majeure as described in Sections 8 and 15 respectively of

Transporter's General Terms and Conditions, and Shipper has

previously paid for such service, Transporter shall credit to

Shipper's next monthly bill an amount equal to the daily demand

charge multiplied by the number of days of interruption or