Scg Pipeline Inc.

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Effective Date: 11/01/2003, Docket: RP03-611-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No.93 Original Sheet No.93 : Superseded

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

 

10. CURTAILMENT

 

10.1 Pipeline shall have the right to curtail transportation services, in

whole or in part, on all or a portion of its system at any time for reasons of

Force Majeure or when, in Pipeline's sole judgment, capacity or operating

conditions so require or it is desirable or necessary to make modifications or

operating changes to its system. Pipeline shall provide Shipper such notice

of the curtailment of each Shipper’s scheduled service as is reasonable under

the circumstances. Pipeline shall have the unqualified right to curtail

transportation services at any time under Pipeline's interruptible Rate

Schedules to provide service under Pipeline's firm Rate Schedules or to serve

a higher priority interruptible service.

 

 

10.2 In the event that service is curtailed then Pipeline shall reduce each

Shipper's scheduled service in the following order:

 

(a) first, ratably pursuant to interruptible transportation service

scheduled for the purpose of resolving a prior imbalance in scheduled receipts

or deliveries; and

 

(b) then, ratably pursuant to interruptible transportation Shippers except

for those Shippers’ services included in (c) below. Pipeline shall allocate

capacity among Shippers paying the same rate pro rata on the basis of

scheduled quantities; and

 

(c) then, ratably to Shippers paying the maximum rate

under the Rate Schedule IT, scheduling interruptible service; provided,

however, Shippers paying a negotiated rate which exceeds the maximum rate will

be considered for purposes of this Section 10.2(c) to be paying the maximum

rate; and

 

(d) then, pro rata on the basis of MDTQ to firm

transportation service scheduled for the purpose of resolving a prior

imbalance in scheduled receipts or deliveries up to but not in excess of

Shipper's MDTQ; and