Northwest Pipeline Corporation G P

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2009, Docket: RP09-1056-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 222D Original Sheet No. 222D

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

12. SCHEDULING PRIORITIES AND CURTAILMENT POLICY (Continued)

 

 

12.10 Operating Limitations

 

Notwithstanding the other provisions of this Section 12, Transporter

will not be required to interrupt service to any Shipper served from

those locations on Transporter's system where, due to operational or

capacity limitations, Transporter's ability to maintain the priorities

provided herein would not be improved. Transporter will not be

obligated to modify its system operations or its operating procedures

related to firm service in order to ameliorate specific operating and

capacity limitations which result in interruptible service curtailment.

 

12.11 Curtailment / Allocation Liability

 

If Transporter is required to curtail Scheduled Quantities or allocate

available capacity during the term of the Service Agreement and if the

curtailment or an allocation is implemented for any reason, Transporter

will not be liable for any damages caused by implementation of

curtailment and/or allocation procedures as set forth herein except to

the extent that such curtailment and/or allocation is shown to be the

result of negligence or misfeasance by Transporter.

 

12.12 Nominations Subsequent to the Intraday 2 Nomination Cycle

 

To the extent Transporter's existing transportation and storage

obligations are not compromised, Shipper may request changes in

Scheduled Quantities following the Intraday 2 Nomination Cycle. All

Nominations must be confirmed by the upstream/downstream operators and

Transporter.