Cameron Interstate Pipeline, LLC

Original Volume No. 1

 Contents / Previous / Next / Main Tariff Index



Effective Date: 11/01/2008, Docket: RP08-647-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 18 Original Sheet No. 18







4.2 The Primary Delivery Point(s) at which Pipeline shall deliver gas

for Shipper's account under this Rate Schedule shall be specified in

Exhibit B to the Service Agreement between Pipeline and Shipper

which may be superseded by a new Exhibit B in order to add or delete

specific points or make other changes thereto the parties deem



Pipeline shall not accept any proposed Primary Delivery Point(s) or

quantity at any Primary Delivery Point(s), or change in quantities

among Primary Delivery Point(s) if the resulting aggregate Maximum

Daily Delivery Quantity ("MDDQs") at all of Shipper's Primary

Delivery Point(s) would exceed one hundred percent (100%) of

Shipper's MDTQ or the capacity requested by Shipper is not available

at the Primary Delivery Point.


Notwithstanding the foregoing, all Delivery Points, shall be

available for use by Shipper as Secondary Delivery Points subject to

reduction by Pipeline based on the Tariff scheduling, OFO,

curtailment allocation and force majeure and related provisions in

the GT&Cs Sections 6, 9, 10 and 21 respectively.


4.3 If Shipper desires transportation of natural gas on any Gas Day

under this Rate Schedule, Shipper must nominate service in

accordance with GT&Cs Section 5 and, Pipeline must schedule services

in accordance with GT&Cs Section 6.


4.4 It is recognized that because of dispatching and other variations,

certain minor imbalances may occur between the daily quantities of

gas received by Pipeline for transportation and the daily quantities

of gas delivered by Pipeline under this Rate Schedule. Shipper

shall use reasonable efforts to ensure that receipts and deliveries

remain in balance on both a daily and monthly basis.


4.5 Shipper shall also have the right to segment its capacity by

nominating service using separate segments or through the release of

capacity within its Capacity Path in accordance with GT&Cs Section

11. Shipper shall also have right to segment its capacity outside

its Capacity Path in accordance with GT&Cs Section 5.7. Service at

any Primary and Secondary Receipt and Delivery Point(s) subject to

backhaul transportation and segmentation shall be made available to

Shipper subject to the nomination and scheduling provisions of GT&Cs

Sections 5 and 6.