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Original Sheet No. 235 Original Sheet No. 235 : Superseded

 

 

6.8 Imbalances Resulting from Operational Flow Orders

 

To the extent any monthly imbalance or portion thereof

is a direct result of Shipper's inability to balance

receipts and deliveries during the month due to the

issuance of an Operational Flow Order, Shipper will

have until the end of the next calendar month to

reconcile that portion of the imbalance attributable to

its compliance with the OFO. Any imbalance remaining

at the end of the extended period will be subject to

the imbalance resolution procedures set forth in

Section 8 of this FERC Gas Tariff.

 

6.9 Curtailment

 

If, at any time, Sabine determines because of operating

or other conditions affecting its System, that the

transmission capacity of all or part of its System is

insufficient to serve all transportation quantities

confirmed and scheduled on such day, available capacity

shall be allocated in a manner which results in

curtailment of transportation services on all or part

of its System where capacity is insufficient in the

following priority:

 

a) First, Shippers nominating transportation

quantities under Interruptible Service Agreements

according to queue position (i.e,. last-on first-

off)

 

b) Second, pro rata among Shippers nominating

transportation quantities under Firm Service

Agreements

 

 

Pro rata curtailments of firm service will be based on

the ratio of each Shipper's confirmed and scheduled

transportation quantities to the total confirmed and

scheduled quantities by all Shippers multiplied by the

amount of capacity available to Shippers.

 

If the transmission capacity is limited on only part or

parts of Sabine's System, including any Delivery and/or

Receipt Points, Sabine's curtailment orders pursuant to