Mogas Pipeline LLC (Fomerly Missouri Interstate Gas)

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/26/2009, Docket: RP09-185-002, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 58 Third Revised Sheet No. 58

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 58

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

6. Procedures for requesting service (continued)

 

6.4 Reservation of capacity for new services or expansion projects.

 

(a) Reservation of Capacity for New Service. A request for service shall be made no

earlier than 180 days prior to the proposed commencement date of service. Service requests shall

not be accepted unless capacity necessary to render the service is available; provided, however,

if additional facilities on Transporter’s system are required, the request will be governed by the

terms of Section 6.4(b). Transporter shall, on a limited-term basis up to the in-service date of

the new service request, make generally available any capacity reserved under this section.

Transportation service made available on such limited-term basis shall not be eligible for a right

of first refusal or contract extension for purposes of Sections 22.1 and 22.2. Prior to any

capacity being reserved under this Section 6.4(a), the availability of the capacity shall be

posted on Transporter’s Internet Website and shall be subject to the provisions of Sections 6.7

through 6.9. Transporter shall separately identify on its Internet Website all capacity that is

anticipated to become available within the next 180 days. Transporter shall not enter into any

prearranged deals for capacity that has not previously been posted on its Internet Website.

 

(b) Reservation of Capacity for Expansion Projects. Transporter may elect to reserve

for a future expansion project any currently available unsubscribed capacity or capacity to become

available at some future date, provided such capacity is not subject to a Right of First Refusal.

Transporter may reserve capacity only for a future expansion project for which an open season has

been held or will be held within one year of the date Transporter posts such capacity as being

reserved. Capacity may be reserved for up to one (1) year prior to Transporter filing for

certificate approval for the expansion project, and thereafter until such expansion is placed into

service. Transporter shall, on a limited-term basis up to the in-service date of the expansion

project, make generally available any capacity reserved under this section. Transportation

service made available on such limited-term basis shall not be eligible for a right of first

refusal or contract extension for purposes of Sections 22.1 and 22.2. Prior to any capacity being

reserved under this Section 6.4(b), the capacity shall be posted on Transporter’s Internet Website

and made available for competitive bidding pursuant to the provisions of Sections 6.7 through 6.9,

for at least five (5) business days. Transporter’s posting of reserved capacity will include the

following: (a) a description of the expansion project for which the capacity will be reserved; (b)

the total quantity of capacity to be reserved; (c) the location of the proposed reserved capacity

on the pipeline system; (d) whether, and if so, when the Transporter anticipates an open season for