Ngo Transmission, Inc.

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Effective Date: 11/22/2003, Docket: RP04- 67-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 12 Original Sheet No. 12 : Effective


4.3 Changing Primary Receipt and Delivery Points: Subject to the

availability of firm point and segment capacity and the agreement

of Transporter, Shipper may change the primary receipt and/or

delivery points under its FTS Agreement (including redistributing

the MDCQ among points) by an amendment of Exhibit A to Shipper's

FTS Agreement, as applicable. If there are other requests pending

for such capacity, the award of capacity shall be consistent with

Section 3 of this Rate Schedule. Shipper shall lose its priority

at previously designated primary receipt and delivery points to

the extent that the amendment reduces the MDQ at any such point.


4.4 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 (MDQ) for that primary point;

provided that its total nominations under the FTS Agreement are

less than or equal to the MDCQ under the FTS Agreement. A

Shipper's rights under this Rate Schedule to use a secondary

receipt or delivery point shall be superior to all interruptible

shippers' nominations at that point, but inferior to the rights of

all firm shippers using that point as a primary delivery or

receipt point, consistent with Section 9 in the General Terms and

Conditions of this Tariff. If Shipper's nominated total receipts

or deliveries on any day exceed the MDCQ stated in the FTS

Agreement (as adjusted for Retainage, if any), volumes in excess

of Shipper's MDCQ shall be considered overrun and, if necessary,

the receipt or delivery quantities for any point shall be

allocated in accordance with Section 9 of the General Terms and

Conditions of this Tariff.


4.5 Segmentation: To the extent operationally feasible, firm

transportation capacity that has been reserved under an FTS

Agreement may be segmented by Shipper for its own use or for the

purpose of releasing that capacity to replacement shipper(s)

pursuant to Section 11 of the General Terms and Conditions.

Subject to available point capacity, segmentation may be used to

complete separate forward and backhaul deliveries to the same