Canyon Creek Compression Company

First Revised Volume No. 1A

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Effective Date: 01/19/1992, Docket: RP92- 60-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 33 First Revised Sheet No. 33 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 33

RATE SCHEDULE ICS

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3. PRIORITY OF SERVICE

 

3.1 Interruptible transportation and compression service by

Canyon under this Rate Schedule ICS shall have a priority

subordinate to Canyon's firm transportation and compression service

under Rate Schedule C and Rate Schedule FCS, and best efforts

service under arrangements already in effect or pending

authorization as of the date this Rate Schedule ICS first becomes

effective. Interruptible service under this Rate Schedule ICS shall

have priority over Authorized Overrun Service under Rate Schedule

FCS.

 

3.2 If nominations under ICS Agreements on any day exceed

Canyon's available capacity on that day to provide such services,

Canyon shall, to the extent possible given the priorities imposed by

upstream or downstream transporters, allocate available capacity

among Customers in accordance with the following order of priority:

 

(a) Canyon shall first allocate capacity to

interruptible transportation customers under arrangements already in

effect or pending authorization as of the date this Rate Schedule

ICS first becomes effective. If allocation or curtailment is

necessary within this category, such curtailment shall be on a

"last-on, first-off" basis reflecting the date of the affected

contract or amendment; i.e., the Customer with the most recent

contract shall be fully curtailed before any other Customer, then

the Customer with the next most recent contract, and so on.

 

(b) Any capacity remaining after subsection 3.2(a)

hereof shall be allocated to any other Customer which has executed

an ICS Agreement. Allocation of capacity within this category shall