Midcoast Interstate Transmission, Inc.

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/1997, Docket: GT97- 71-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 25 First Revised Sheet No. 25 : Effective

Superseding: ORIGINAL SHEET NO. 25

RATE SCHEDULE FT (continued)


The total quantity specified at all Receipt Points (less

Fuel and Losses) and the total volumes designated for all

Delivery Points shall equal the Contract Demand specified

in Shipper's FT Contract.


4.4 Secondary Receipt and Delivery Point(s): Shipper may use

as a Secondary Receipt or Delivery Point(s) any other

Receipt or Delivery Point(s) on either mainline segment

on Transporter's system. The nomination of Secondary

Point(s) shall be made by notifying Transporter three

days prior to the beginning of a month. A firm shipper's

rights to use a Secondary Receipt or Delivery Point(s)

shall have a higher scheduling priority to all

interruptible shippers' use of that point, but a lower

scheduling priority to all firm shippers using that point

as a Primary Receipt or Delivery Point(s). Shipper's

total receipts or deliveries on any day shall not exceed

the Contract Demand specified in its FT Contract, if the

capacity at a Secondary Receipt or Delivery Point(s) is

insufficient to serve all shippers requesting the point,

receipt or delivery quantities for that point shall be

allocated in accordance with Section 3 of the General

Terms and Conditions. Shipper shall not lose its

priority at designated Primary Receipt or Delivery

Point(s) by the use of Secondary Receipt or Delivery



4.5 Pressures: Shipper shall deliver gas to Transporter at

the pressure required from time to time to enable the gas

to enter Transporter's facilities at the Receipt

Point(s). Transporter shall deliver gas to Shipper or

Shipper's designee at Transporter's line pressure

existing at the Delivery Point(s).


4.6 Uniform Quantities: Shipper shall deliver and receive

gas in uniform daily quantities during any month and in

uniform hourly quantities during any day with no

significant fluctuation, provided, however, that

Transporter will permit greater hourly deliveries

whenever the making of such greater hourly deliveries

will not in Transporter's sole judgement, deprive any

other firm shipper of gas to which it is entitled or

impair in any way Transporter's pipeline operations, or

cause Transporter to incur penalties.