NorAm Gas Transmission Company

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 02/01/1995, Docket: RP94-343-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 201 Original Sheet No. 201 : Superseded







deletions, substitutions or additions of

Primary Delivery Point(s) within thirty

(30) days of Transporter's receipt of such

request from Shipper. A Shipper receiving

discounted service shall not be entitled to

received discounted rates for deliveries at

substituted or changed Primary Delivery

Points, unless Transporter and Shipper

expressly agree.


(b) Pressure. Transporter shall tender for delivery

and Shipper shall receive the Gas at whatever

working pressures are maintained in

Transporter's system at the Point(s) of Delivery

from time to time. In no event, however, shall

Transporter be obligated to tender for delivery

or shall Shipper receive Gas at a pressure

greater than the maximum (not to exceed the

applicable MAOP) or less than the minimum

pressure specified, if any, in the Service



(c) Constant Rates. Transporter shall tender and

Shipper shall receive Gas transported hereunder

at rates as constant as operationally feasible

and consistent with the corresponding delivery

nominations throughout each Day and throughout

each Service Month, provided however, said

constant rate obligation shall not be

interpreted to limit the Shipper's exercise of

its on-demand no-notice rights under Rate

Schedule NNTS.


5.5 Delivery Nominations and Scheduling. All Shippers

(except Shippers under Rate Schedule NNTS) desiring

service shall furnish delivery nominations for the

quantities of Gas each Shipper desires to have

scheduled for delivery by Transporter. Delivery

nominations shall consist of a designation by Shipper

as to the quantity of Gas it desires Transporter to

tender at a particular Point of Delivery under its

Service Agreement for any given Day, the individual

Point(s) of Receipt or Pool(s) and corresponding

suppliers from which such Gas will originate, and the

quantity from each such source. In the event that a