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Effective Date: 06/15/2005, Docket: CP03-342-003, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 127 Third Revised Sheet No. 127 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 127

 

 

6. SCHEDULING AND CURTAILMENT

 

6.1 ALLOCATION OF AVAILABLE CAPACITY - Each Day, upon consideration of

prevailing operating conditions, scheduled or unscheduled maintenance or

repairs, and similar conditions, Transporter will allocate Available

Capacity in sequence on the basis of Receipt Point priorities, followed

by mainline segment capacity priorities, and finally by Delivery Point

priorities, in the following manner:

 

a. Receipt Point capacity will be allocated to Firm Shippers who have

designated the nominated Receipt Point on the Mainline Facilities

or the Expansion Facilities, as appropriate, as a Primary Receipt

Point in an Effective FT-1 or FT-2 Service Agreement, followed by

allocation to Shippers who have nominated the Receipt Point on the

Mainline Facilities or the Expansion Facilities, as appropriate,

as an Alternate Receipt Point under an Effective FT-1 Service

Agreement. Any remaining Receipt Point capacity on the Mainline

Facilities or the Expansion Facilities, as appropriate, will be

allocated to Interruptible Shippers on the basis of rate, with the

Shipper paying the highest rate, up to the maximum rate, scheduled

first. Shippers having the same level of priority as stated

herein will be scheduled on a pro rata basis. In the case of a

Negotiated Rate for Interruptible Service that exceeds the

maximum, Commission-approved tariff rate, the Negotiated Rate will

be deemed to equal the maximum rate for the purposes of this

section. A Negotiated Rate that is less than the maximum rate

will be considered in the same manner as recourse rates.