Canyon Creek Compression Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/1997, Docket: RP97- 66-002, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 118 First Revised Sheet No. 118 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 118

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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7. DELIVERY OF GAS FOR THE ACCOUNT OF SHIPPER

 

7.1 DELIVERY VOLUMES

 

Commencing on the date of first acceptance by Canyon of

natural gas delivered by or on behalf of Shipper at the Receipt

Point(s) pursuant to an Agreement, and continuing thereafter during

the term of that Agreement, Canyon shall deliver Equivalent Volumes,

or cause Equivalent Volumes to be delivered in uniform hourly

amounts to Shipper, or to a mutually agreeable third party for

Shipper's account, at the Delivery Point(s) described in the

Agreement or applicable to the Agreement under this Tariff. In

determining Equivalent Volumes, Canyon shall retain gas in kind for

Fuel Gas and Unaccounted For Gas, based on the percentage Rates set

out in Section 1.12 of the General Terms and Conditions of this

Tariff.

 

7.2 DELIVERY FACILITIES

 

Unless otherwise agreed by Canyon, Canyon shall own,

operate and maintain all pipeline and measurement facilities

necessary to deliver and measure gas hereunder. In the event any

such facilities are installed by Canyon, Section 8 of these General

Terms and Conditions shall apply.

 

7.3 OBLIGATIONS

 

Canyon's maximum obligation to deliver gas at the

Delivery Point(s) under an Agreement shall never exceed the lesser

of: (a) the applicable MDQ under the Agreement in the aggregate or

at each point as specified in the Agreement or as applicable to any

point under this Tariff; or (b) the total daily volume Shipper or

its designee is willing and able to receive at the Delivery

Point(s).

 

7.4 HOURLY LIMITATIONS

 

Canyon shall not be obligated, during any hour, to

deliver a total volume of gas at any Delivery Point in excess of six

and twenty-five hundredths percent (6.25%) of Shipper's aggregate

MDQs for firm service at such Delivery Point, and Canyon may impose

such restriction whenever, in Canyon's sole judgment, such

restriction is necessary in order to meet its delivery obligations.

However, in the event that Shipper's load pattern temporarily