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Trans-Union Interstate Pipeline, L.P.   Original Sheet No. 2 : Effective
FERC Gas Tariff
Trans-Union Interstate Pipeline, L.P.

Trans-Union Interstate Pipeline, L.P. ("Trans-Union" or
"Transporter") is a
limited partnership formed under the laws of the State of
Delaware, with its
principal place of business at 100 South Ashley, Suite 1400,
Tampa, Florida
33602.  Transporter is a "natural gas company" as defined by the
Natural Gas
Act ("NGA"), 15 U.S.C.  717-717w, and is subject to the
jurisdiction of the
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("Commission").  Transporter
owns and
operates a natural gas transmission system which extends from
with Texas Gas Transmission, an interstate natural gas pipeline,
and Regency
Intrastate Gas LLC, an intrastate pipeline, at or near Sharon,
Louisiana, and
traverses through Louisiana and Arkansas 41.7 miles to its
terminus at its
sole delivery point at the Union Power Partners gas-fired
electric generator
3 miles northeast of El Dorado, Arkansas.
Transporter is engaged in the business of transporting natural
gas for
shippers in interstate commerce on a firm and interruptible
basis.  The
transportation of natural gas in interstate commerce is provided
pursuant to a
Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity issued to
Transporter by the
Commission under section 7(c) of the NGA, 15 U.S.C.  717f(c), and
pursuant to
a blanket certificate issued to the Transporter for the
activities specified
in Part 284, Subpart G, of the Commissions regulations, as
amended from time
to time, 18 C.F.R. Part 284(G).
Trans-Union will undertake the transportation of natural gas only
written agreement(s) acceptable to Trans-Union upon consideration
of existing
commitments, operating conditions, and any other factors deemed
pertinent by

Issued by: Jerry F.Coffey, General Counsel
Issue date: 02/07/06 Effective date: 02/07/06