Westgas Interstate, Inc.

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1995, Docket: RP95-437-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 38 First Revised Sheet No. 38 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 38

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

If the capacity expected to be available is

not sufficient to serve all Shippers, then

Transporter shall allocate the capacity

available according to the highest rate paid.

Services that have equal priority based upon

the rate paid shall be given priority

according to the earliest priority-of-service

date. Should any two or more services have

equal priorities based on rate and priority-

of-service date, capacity shall be allocated

pro rata on the basis of nominations.

 

(iv) The next quantities scheduled shall be

authorized overrun quantities. If requests

exceed available capacity, then each Shipper

requesting overrun service on any day shall be

allocated capacity pro rata on the basis of the

overrun quantities nominated by all shippers.

 

(v) Shipper and Transporter, on a

nondiscriminatory basis, may change the

nomination procedure described above upon

written agreement or telephone agreement (to

be confirmed in writing within 10 days) so

that receipts and deliveries may commence

earlier than provided by this schedule.

 

(c) INTERRUPTION. If the capacity expected to be

available to transport the nominated quantities on

any day becomes unavailable, such as a force

majeure event, transportation service shall be

interrupted or restricted consistent with the

following provisions:

 

(i) All authorized overrun volumes or volumes

in excess of contract demand or daily

quantity shall be interrupted first. All

authorized overrun volumes in excess of

contract demand or daily quantity shall be

interrupted pro rata.

 

(ii) The next quantities to be interrupted

shall be those interruptible transportation

services, that are performed subject to

agreements where the applicable rate is less

than the maximum applicable rate for such

service. Within this priority, service shall