Centerpoint Energy - Mississippi River

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/01/2002, Docket: RP03- 51-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 63 First Revised Sheet No. 63 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 63

RATE SCHEDULE USAS

UNBUNDLED SALES AND AGENCY SERVICES

(Continued)

 

3. CURTAILMENT (Continued)

 

(e) Firm industrial requirements for boiler fuel use at less

than 3,000 Dth per day, but more than 1,500 Dth per day, where

alternate fuel capabilities can meet such requirements;

 

(f) Firm industrial requirements for large quantity (3,000 Dth

or more per day) boiler fuel use where alternate fuel capabilities can

meet such requirements;

 

(g) Interruptible requirements of more than 300 Dth per day, but

less than 1,500 Dth per day, where alternate fuel capabilities can meet

such requirements;

 

(h) Interruptible requirements of intermediate quantities (from

1,500 Dth per day through 3,000 Dth per day), where alternate fuel

capabilities can meet such requirements;

 

(i) Interruptible requirements of more than 3,000 Dth per day,

but through 10,000 Dth per day, where alternate fuel capabilities can

meet such requirements; and

 

(j) Interruptible requirements of more than 10,000 Dth per day,

where alternate fuel capabilities can meet such requirements.

 

3.3 In the above list of priorities the full curtailment of the lower

category quantities is required before curtailment of any higher category

quantity is commenced, during a particular period of daily or seasonal

curtailment.

 

3.4 If supply availability permits only partial sales of gas for a

category of use, sales service within that category will be curtailed pro

rata.

 

3.5 Except as otherwise provided herein, the definitions of terms for

the priority-of-service categories are those set forth in 18 CFR Sections

278(c) and 281.203.