Tuscarora Gas Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/2009, Docket: RP09-08-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 92 Original Sheet No. 92

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

5. CURTAILMENT

 

In the event that System Capacity becomes inadequate to provide

previously scheduled service, and the provisions of Section 6.3 have been

invoked without the necessary corrective action by Shipper, Transporter

shall curtail service as follows:

 

(a) First, Transporter shall curtail parking and lending service to

Shippers receiving service under the PL Rate Schedule in the order of

the unit rate at which the service is being performed, beginning with

the unit rate that represents the lowest percentage of the maximum

applicable rate. (Shippers paying a Negotiated Rate that exceeds the

maximum applicable tariff rate shall be considered to be paying the

maximum applicable tariff rate.) Among Shippers paying the same rate for

service under this rate schedule, service will be curtailed pro-rata on

the basis of scheduled quantities; and

 

(b) Second, Transporter shall curtail Authorized Overrun Quantities and

service to those Shippers receiving service under the IT Rate

Schedule in the order of the unit rate at which the service is

being performed, beginning with the unit rate that represents the

lowest percentage of the maximum applicable rate. (Shippers paying a

Negotiated Rate that exceeds the maximum applicable tariff rate shall be

considered to be paying the maximum applicable tariff rate.) Transporter

shall allocate capacity among Shippers paying the same rate on a

first-come, first-served basis in accordance with the date on which

service was requested. Among Shippers having the same first-come, first

served priority, service will be curtailed pro rata on the basis of

scheduled quantities; and

 

(c) Third, Transporter shall curtail service to Shippers receiving

service under the FT and LFS Rate Schedules pro rata on the basis of

Maximum Transportation Quantities.