Sabine Pipe Line Company LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/31/1993, Docket: RS92- 78-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 229 Original Sheet No. 229 : Superseded

 

 

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, Sabine shall allocate

available capacity in sequence on the basis of Delivery

Point priorities, followed by mainline segment capacity

priorities, and finally by Receipt Point priorities, in

the following manner:

 

a) Delivery Point capacity will be first allocated to

Shippers who have designated the Delivery Point as

a Primary Delivery Point in Exhibit B of an

executed Firm Service Agreement, followed by

allocation to Firm Shippers who have nominated the

Delivery Point as an Alternate Delivery Point on a

pro rata basis, and finally allocated to provide

interruptible service for Shippers using the

established first-come, first-served priority

queue.

 

b) Mainline segment capacity will be allocated in the

following sequence from highest priority to lowest

priority: Primary Delivery Points from Primary

Receipt Points, Primary Delivery Points from

Alternate Receipt Points, Alternate Delivery

Points from Primary Receipt Points, Alternate

Delivery Points from Alternate Receipt Points, and

interruptible Delivery Points from interruptible

Receipt Points.

 

c) Receipt Point capacity will be first allocated to

Shippers who have designated the Receipt Point as

a Primary Receipt Point in Exhibit A of an

executed Firm Service Agreement, followed by

allocation to Firm Shippers who have nominated the

Receipt Point as an Alternate Receipt Point on a

pro rata basis, and finally allocated to provide

interruptible service for Shippers using the

established first-come, first-served priority

queue.