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Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/16/2009, Docket: RP10-53-000, Status: Effective

Seventh Revised Sheet No. 511 Seventh Revised Sheet No. 511

Superseding: Sixth Revised Sheet No. 511





2.2 Information. Pipeline shall post at least four times a Day on the LINK® System and the

Web site information relevant to the availability of firm and interruptible capacity at

Points of Receipt, on the mainline, and at Points of Delivery. The LINK® System and

the Web site will indicate whether the capacity is available from Pipeline directly or

through Pipeline's capacity release mechanism as set forth in Section 3.14 of the

General Terms and Conditions. The LINK® System and the Web site shall provide the best

available information about imbalances on an hourly and a daily basis. The LINK®

System and the Web site also include information allowed or required to be posted

thereon by other provisions of the tariff including Section 14, information that

Pipeline is required to post pursuant to the Commission's regulations, or other

information Pipeline chooses to post in furtherance of the operation of its system.


2.3 Pipeline shall maintain both in written form and on the LINK® System a Master Receipt

Point List containing the following information for each access Zone and segment. Such

information shall be updated promptly whenever Point(s) of Receipt are added to

Pipeline's system.


(a) Name of the Point of Receipt;

(b) Meter number of the Point of Receipt;

(c) Location (legal description) of Point of Receipt;

(d) Operator name and phone number to the extent available;

(e) Availability of EGM;

(f) Design capacity; and

(g) Any firm capacity already assigned at such point.


2.4 Pipeline, on the effective date of and pursuant to Section 3.14 of the General Terms

and Conditions, will post on the LINK® System for a reasonable period the price, terms

and conditions, and names of the parties to all capacity release and assignment

agreements existing on such effective date. All Customers holding firm capacity who

have executed such service agreements prior to that date must provide information to

the Pipeline for posting on the LINK® System. Such posting is to make those agreements

public and not to prompt the submittal of bids for such capacity.


2.5 Local Security Administrators


(a) LINK® System Subscriber shall designate one or more persons to perform certain

security functions on the LINK® System ("Local Security Administrator") by

submitting for each such person the Local Security Administrator Designation

information via the LINK® System using the applicable on-line form, as such form

is amended from time to time in the LINK® System. LINK® System Subscriber shall

update Local Security Administrator Designation information via the LINK® System

as such information changes.


(b) The Local Security Administrator shall, via the LINK® System, be responsible for

(1) identifying those persons who are duly authorized by LINK® System Subscriber

to use the LINK® System to perform one or more of the functions available on the

LINK® System ("LINK® System User"); (2) providing LINK® System Users with

individualized USERIDs and passwords; (3) maintaining LINK® System Users' account

information; (4) adding and terminating LINK® System Users immediately upon a

change in status requiring such addition or termination; (5) creating and

modifying security rights for LINK® System Users; (6) approving or terminating

Designation of Affiliated Companies information and Designation of Agency

information pursuant to Sections 2.7 and 2.8, respectively; and (7) ensuring that

USERIDs are used only as appropriate and as contemplated by these General Terms

and Conditions and the LINK® System Agreement.