Mogas Pipeline LLC (Fomerly Missouri Interstate Gas)
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 06/01/2008, Docket: CP06-407-002, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 70 Original Sheet No. 70 : Pending
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
15. Priority of service and interruption
15.1 Shippers receiving or requesting service on
Transporter's system shall be entitled to service subject to the
availability of pipeline capacity on Transporter's system in the
following order of declining priority:
(a) If necessary, all firm transportation service using
the Shipper's Primary Path will be interrupted on a prorata
basis, without regard to applicable rate.
(b) All firm transportation service using points outside the
Shipper's Primary Path will be interrupted on a prorata basis,
without regard to applicable rate.
(c) All interruptible transportation service and
authorized overrun deliveries paying the maximum rate will be
interrupted on a prorata basis.
(d) All other interruptible transportation service and
authorized overrun deliveries in order of the discounted rate
being paid by Shipper for the transportation service from highest
to lowest will be interrupted on a prorata basis, if applicable.
15.2 Transporter shall provide Shipper two days' notice of
any interruption, or as much notice as is possible. Such notice
shall state the estimated reduced quantities of gas that can be
transported, if applicable.
15.3 In the event gas supply shortages at Delivery points
occur due to capacity constraints, such shortages shall be
handled under the following procedure:
If any Shipper of Transporter experiences or anticipates a supply
emergency which could cause injury to essential human needs, such
Shipper shall utilize to the fullest extent practicable all of
Shipper's existing gas supply arrangements, including storage
capability to alleviate such emergency prior to requesting
assistance from Transporter and other Shippers pursuant to this