Petal Gas Storage, L. L. C.
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Effective Date: 01/09/2010, Docket: RP10-229-000, Status: Effective
Fifth Revised Sheet No. 113 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 113
Superseding: 2nd Sub Fourth Revised Sheet No. 113
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)
(d) Petal will accept requests for firm service for any storage or
transportation capacity remaining available after an open season.
The remaining capacity shall be allocated on a first-come,
first-served basis. That is, the first customer offering to pay
a rate for storage or transportation that Petal finds acceptable
shall be allocated capacity.
4.3 Interruptible Service. Requests for interruptible service shall be awarded
in accordance with the provisions of this section:
(a) The order of priority relating to service requests under Rate
Schedules ISS and AVS shall be determined by comparing the
average daily Interruptible Storage Charge agreed to by Petal and
Customer, with the highest charge calculated on a daily basis
given highest priority.
(b) The order of priority relating to service requests under Rate
Schedule ITS shall be determined as follows:
(i) The highest priority shall be given to IT services
receiving gas from or delivering gas to Rate Schedule FSS
or FSS-1 storage service (unless the FSS-1 Customer has
agreed to a lower injection or withdrawal priority, as
applicable), with the highest transportation rate
given the highest priority,
(ii) The next priority shall be given to IT services receiving
gas from or delivering gas to a Rate Schedule FSS-1
storage service (where the FSS-1 Customer has agreed to
a lower injection or withdrawal priority, as applicable,
with the highest transportation rate given the highest
(iii) The lowest priority shall be given to all other IT
service, with the highest rate given the highest priority.
For purposes of determining transportation priority under this
section (b), all negotiated Rates above Petal's Recourse Rate
shall be deemed to be at Petal's Recourse Rate.
In the event of a tie in priority under Section 4.3, Petal shall
award capacity pro-rata.
(a) If on any day, due to any cause whatsoever, Petal's capability to
receive or deliver volumes is impaired so that Petal is unable to
receive or deliver all the volumes which are scheduled, then
interruption of storage or transportation service shall be made in
the reverse order of priority set forth in Section 4.1. If firm
service must be interrupted for one day or more, interruption of
service to firm customers shall be pro rata based on the
quantities of confirmed nominations for that day when service is
required to be interrupted. Interruption of service to
interruptible customers shall be in the reverse order of the
priority scheduled in Section 4.3. Any ties shall be interrupted
on a pro rata basis.
(b) Petal shall provide Customer as much advance notice of any
interruption as is practicable under the circumstances. Such
notice shall state the reduced volumes of gas that Petal
estimates it will be able to inject, withdraw, or transport for