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Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/13/2009, Docket: RP09-508-001, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 608 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 608

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 608





14.3 Primary Receipt and Delivery Point Flexibility. (continued)


(3) to the extent that additional firm receipt or delivery point

capacity under a Part 284 or Section 7(c) Service Agreement is

available as a result of installation of facilities that occurs

after June 1, 1993, for which one or more Customers reimburses

Pipeline pursuant to Section 11.1 of the General Terms and

Conditions. Such MDROs or MDDOs, as applicable, are granted to the

reimbursing Customers pro rata, based upon the respective levels of

reimbursement by such Customers.


(4) To the extent that the MDROs or MDDOs, as applicable, are associated

with those points located within Customer's Transportation Path

entitlements that are used for (i) injections into Customer's SS-1

storage account, or (ii) injection into and/or withdrawal from

Customer's FSS-1 storage account or any third-party storage facility

that is directly connected to Pipeline's system.


(B) A Customer may succeed, or may have succeeded, to a Service Agreement with

the sum of the MDDOs or MDROs exceeding the MDQ as specified in 14.3(A)

above, by any legal means in whole or in part, including through merger,

purchase, consolidation, capacity release, a conversion from a Section 7(c)

Service Agreement to a Part 284 Service Agreement, a name change, or an

assignment, which MDDOs or MDROS are specified in an executed Service



14.4 [Reserved for Future Use]


14.5 [Reserved for Future Use]


14.6 [Reserved for Future Use]


14.7 In certain situations, Pipeline may use an accounting meter number to represent a

physical location on its pipeline system. Any receipt or delivery point on

Pipeline's system may be designated by means of an accounting meter number and

description that differs from the physical meter number and description. The

physical meter number and description and one or more accounting meter numbers and

descriptions may be used to describe Customer's entitlements at a specific

location, but will not create duplicate entitlements. The same rights and

obligations exist for both Pipeline and Customer regardless of whether a location

is identified by means of a physical meter number and description or an accounting

meter number and description.