Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline, L.L.C.

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/01/2009, Docket: RP09-73-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 259B Fourth Revised Sheet No. 259B

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 259B





9. CAPACITY RELEASE (continued)


9.11 Any capacity released by a Releasing Customer who has

exercised its most favored nations right in accordance with

Section 1.11(A) of the Stipulation and Agreement approved by

the Commission in Docket No. RP04-360 may be released in the

secondary market (whether by that Releasing Customer or by a

Replacement Customer), subject to the condition that such

capacity is released at a rate not in excess of the rate that

applies to the Releasing Customer's Service Agreement, such

that the most favored nations benefit will be more

effectively passed through to the broadest market possible.


9.12 Capacity Request Notice. Any party desiring to acquire firm

capacity pursuant to this Section 9 must submit the following

information to Pipeline via e-mail to link-


(a) the Replacement Customer's name and contact information;


(b) the Maximum Daily Transportation Quantity desired;


(c) the desired commencement date and term of the service;


(d) the desired primary receipt and delivery points and the

associated Maximum Daily Receipt Obligation and Maximum

Daily Delivery Obligation for the service;


(e) the maximum rate(s) that Replacement Customer will pay

for the service;


(f) whether Replacement Customer will accept a release with

recall rights, and if so, what recall rights would be

acceptable; and


(g) whether Replacement Customer's request is contingent,

and if so, the basis for the contingency.


Pipeline shall post such information on the LINK® System for a

period of one month or until a transaction is effected,

whichever is shorter.