Trunkline Gas Company, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2003, Docket: RP03-534-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 224 Original Sheet No. 224 : Effective









feasibility is defined by various factors including, but not

limited to, availability of capacity at a Point of Receipt or

Delivery and direction of flow. If the Shipper's Primary

Path is segmented, the sum of the Quantities of Gas nominated

at each Point of Receipt or at each Point of Delivery by the

Shipper and, if applicable, the Releasing Shipper may exceed

the MDQ specified in the Service Agreement so long as the

Quantities nominated for transportation in a pipeline segment

do not exceed the MDQ applicable to the segment. The Shipper

may segment its Primary Path to forwardhaul and backhaul

Quantities of Gas to the same Point of Receipt or to the same

Point of Delivery. In such a segmented transaction, the

Shipper may exceed its MDQ at that Point of Receipt or Point

of Delivery and may nominate Quantities of Gas in each

segment up to Shipper's MDQ assigned to such segment;

provided, however, the Quantities nominated to flow in the

opposite direction of the flow of the Primary Path shall be

considered to be outside the Shipper's Primary Path.


If the Releasing Shipper and the Replacement Shipper nominate

Quantities of Gas in segments that overlap, the Quantities

shall be scheduled in accordance with this Section 3.2. If

the Quantities have equal priority and the sum of the

Quantities cannot be scheduled, the Quantities shall be

scheduled pro rata unless the Releasing Shipper specifies

otherwise in the Shipper Notice.


(B) If the actual Quantities of Gas received or delivered vary

from nominated Quantities on any particular Gas Day, such

daily scheduling variance shall be subject to daily

scheduling penalties pursuant to Section 5.1 herein.