Discovery Gas Transmission LLC
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Effective Date: 06/15/2005, Docket: CP03-342-003, Status: Effective
Third Revised Sheet No. 128 Third Revised Sheet No. 128 : Effective
Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 128
b. Capacity on the Mainline Facilities and the Expansion Facilities,
respectively, will be allocated in the following sequence, from
highest priority to lowest priority: Primary Firm Receipt Points
to Primary Firm Delivery Points, Primary Firm Receipt Points to
Alternate Firm Delivery Points, Alternate Firm Receipt Points to
Primary Firm Delivery Points, Alternate Firm Receipt Points to
Alternate Firm Delivery Points, and Interruptible Receipt Points
to Interruptible Delivery Points.
c. Delivery Point capacity will be allocated first to Firm Shippers
who have designated the nominated Delivery Point on the Mainline
Facilities or the Expansion Facilities, as appropriate, as a
Primary Delivery Point in an Effective FT-1 or FT-2 Service
Agreement, followed by allocation to Shippers who have nominated
the Delivery Point on the Mainline Facilities or the Expansion
Facilities, as appropriate, as an Alternate Delivery Point.
Any remaining Delivery Point capacity on the Mainline Facilities
or the Expansion Facilities will be allocated to Interruptible
Shippers on the basis of rate, with the Interruptible 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.