Mississippi River Transmission Corp.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/1996, Docket: RP96-199-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 111 First Revised Sheet No. 111 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 111







(c) A Pool Operator must nominate the daily receipt point

quantities of gas to be delivered into its pool and the total

daily quantity of gas to be delivered out of its pool pursuant to

MRT's nomination procedures as set forth in Section 8 of these

General Terms and Conditions. Each Pool Operator must also

include in its nomination the daily quantities of gas it intends

to deliver to each Customer out of its pool, identifying each

Customer by name and contract number.


Customers desiring to receive quantities of gas from a pool

must submit a nomination designating the quantity of gas to be

received from the pool and the identification code of the pool, as

listed in MRT's receipt point and delivery point listing. The

Customer's nomination must be made pursuant to a valid Service

Agreement between MRT and the Customer. When a Customer releases

capacity on a portion of a line, the Customer's firm scheduling

priority for nominations from a pool on that line will be reduced

by the amount of capacity released.


(d) No transfers of gas quantities between pools will be

allowed during the affected month. Transfers between pools may be

made pursuant to MRT's Gas Trading Program as set forth in Section

10.5 of these General Terms and Conditions.


(e) Pools will be subject to the same balancing provisions

and penalties for imbalances that apply to Service Agreements.


(f) No transportation charge(s) will be assessed to Pool

Owners for deliveries into or out of a pool. Pool Owners will be

assessed gathering charge(s) for deliveries into a pool from a

gathering point; however, Customers receiving gas out of a pool

will not be assessed a gathering charge by MRT.