Texas Eastern Transmission, L P

Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/02/2009, Docket: RP10-30-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 573B Original Sheet No. 573B





Pipeline will consider, as one factor to be considered

among all relevant operational factors, the seasonal nature

of storage injections and withdrawals when setting

Liquefiable Hydrocarbon Limits. During the injection

season, Pipeline shall set any Liquefiable Hydrocarbon

Limits so that, if such gas is injected into storage, it

would be able to be withdrawn from storage during

withdrawal season, given Pipeline's projections about the

operations of the system during withdrawal season and

assuming the gas withdrawn would have the same level of

Liquefiable Hydrocarbons as the gas injected.


(C) Notice: Pipeline will provide as much notice of such a

Liquefiable Hydrocarbon Limit as reasonably practicable,

via Pipeline's Web site.


5.10 Pairing


(A) When a Liquefiable Hydrocarbon Limit is in effect, Pipeline

shall schedule Customer's nomination notwithstanding that

Customer's gas does not meet such Liquefiable Hydrocarbon

Limit, provided that the nominated gas is being tendered at

a Receipt Point that is part of an approved pairing

arrangement pursuant to this Section 5.10 ("Paired Point").


(B) Pipeline shall approve a pairing proposal for Paired Points

if the following conditions are met:

(i) The Paired Points are within the same Monitoring

Segment and are limited to two Receipt Points;

(ii) A Receipt Point operator wishing to participate in a

pairing arrangement provides Pipeline with a proposal

via Pipeline's Web site at least 48 hours in advance

of the desired initial gas day for the Paired Points

("Initial Gas Day"), including written statements

from the relevant Receipt Point operators specifying

the volumes, locations, and Liquefiable Hydrocarbon

content of the volumes of gas involved at each Paired

Point ("Paired Receipts");