Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company, LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/29/2009, Docket: RP09-558-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 350 First Revised Sheet No. 350

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 350

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

 

11. FORCE MAJEURE PROVISION AND CONTRACT ENTITLEMENTS (Continued)

 

11.2 Daily Interruption or Allocation of Sales Service for Force Majeure or Operating

Conditions

 

If, due to force majeure or operating conditions, Seller is unable to receive the

total quantity of gas that Seller has contracted to receive or the gas available for

delivery from Seller's transmission line or part thereof is insufficient to meet all

of Seller's authorized sales, then Seller, upon providing as much notice as possible

under all of the circumstances, shall order reduction of Buyers' sales entitlements to

the extent necessary depending upon the type and location of the occurrence, in

accordance with the following procedures:

 

(a) Seller shall first order interruption or, where sufficient supplies are

available, allocation of sales made to Buyers under all of Seller's

interruptible sales rate schedules and direct interruptible contracts.

Allocation shall be based pro rata on Buyers' sales nominations for the day

prior to the first day on which the force majeure or operation condition occurs.

 

(b) After interruption or allocation of sales service as specified in Section

11.2(a), Seller shall next order allocation, to the extent necessary, of sales

to Buyers under all firm sales rate schedules in accordance with Section 13.

 

11.3 Daily Interruption or Allocation of Transportation Service and Contract Storage

Services Due to Force Majeure or Operating Conditions

 

If, due to force majeure or operating conditions, Seller is unable to receive,

transport, or redeliver gas tendered by Buyers for transportation service or firm

contract storage services, or Buyers are unable to deliver transportation gas to

Seller, then Seller, upon providing as much notice as possible under all of the

circumstances, shall order reduction of Buyers' transportation entitlements and firm

contract storage injection/withdrawal entitlements to the extent necessary depending

upon the type and location of the occurrence, in accordance with the following

procedures:

 

(a) In cases where Seller's ability to receive, transport, or redeliver is affected,

Seller shall first order interruption or, where sufficient transportation

supplies are available, allocation of transportation quantities to Buyers under

all of Seller's interruptible transportation rate schedules. Allocation shall

be based on the procedures set forth in Section 28.4 hereof.

 

(b) After interruption or allocation of transportation service as specified in

Section 11.3(a), Seller shall next order allocation, to the extent necessary, of

affected transportation service pursuant to Section 2.8 of Seller's FT and FT-G

Rate Schedules or Section 2.5 of Seller's FTN Rate Schedule or Section 2.6 of

Seller's FDLS Rate Schedule and to other affected firm transportation and firm

contract storage service Buyers proportionate to each Buyer's total affected

firm transportation and firm contract storage entitlements. Where Seller's

ability to render service is impaired in a particular segment of Seller's

system, then interruption or allocation shall be effected in accordance with the

above-listed steps only in that segment of Seller's system in which service has

been impaired.