Crossroads Pipeline Company
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 05/23/2003, Docket: RP00-333-003, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 119 First Revised Sheet No. 119 : Effective
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 119
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
7. CAPACITY ALLOCATION
This Section sets forth the manner in which Transporter shall allocate
capacity among its Rate Schedules when it has received nominations from
Shippers that exceed available capacity.
7.1 General Priority. Transporter shall allocate capacity on its system in
the following order commencing with the highest priority:
(a) capacity at delivery points;
(b) capacity at any point between the receipt points and delivery
points that is restricted ("internal constraint point"), beginning with the
internal constraint point closest to the delivery point if capacity at more
than one internal point is restricted; and
(c) capacity at receipt points.
7.2 Transportation Delivery Points. For transportation capacity at
delivery points under Rate Schedules FT-1, IT-1 and PALS of this Tariff,
Transporter shall allocate capacity sequentially among the Rate Schedule
priority groupings and within those Rate Schedule priority groupings, in
the manner set forth below:
(a) Rate Schedule FT-1. For deliveries to primary delivery points
under the FT-1 Rate Schedule, upon the occurrence of a force majeure event
or the existence of a condition identified in Section 16 (Interruptions of
Service) of the General Terms and Conditions, Transporter shall allocate
capacity among those Shippers on a pro rata basis, based upon those
Shippers' respective levels of Transportation Demand.
(b) Priority Secondary Delivery Points Under Rate Schedule FT-1. For
deliveries to secondary delivery points within the Primary Path under the
FT-1 Rate Schedule, Transporter shall allocate capacity among Shippers on a
pro rata basis based upon those Shippers' respective nominated quantities.
The priority for deliveries to secondary delivery points within the Primary
Path shall apply where Shipper's aggregate deliveries at primary and
secondary delivery points do not exceed Shipper's Transportation Demand.