Wyoming Interstate Company, Ltd.

Second Revised Volume No. 2

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Effective Date: 04/12/2010, Docket: RP10-491-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 57L Fourth Revised Sheet No. 57L

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 57L

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

6. NOMINATIONS AND SCHEDULING PROCEDURES (Continued)

6.7 (b) Basis for Interruptible Service Capacity Allocation

(Continued)

(iii) Shippers whose Nominations were not accepted at the

beginning of a capacity constraint (as described in

Section 6.6(a) and Shippers desiring to initiate or

increase service but unable to receive service

because of insufficient capacity may Nominate for

service and, if such Nominations are in accordance

with Shipper's Agreement, shall be placed in a queue

to receive service as capacity becomes available. The

queue for such Shippers shall be administered on the

basis as set forth in Section 6.3. As capacity

becomes available, Transporter shall allocate

capacity to Shippers with the highest position in the

queue of Shippers awaiting service until all

available capacity has been allocated. Subject to the

limitations set forth in Section 6.8 below, any

Shipper receiving a Capacity Allocation pursuant to

this Section 6.7 shall be subject to the provisions

of Section 6.3 above for the remainder of the period

that Nominations exceed capacity or the period during

which service is being received under the same

Agreement.

 

6.8 Shippers receiving service, pursuant to Section 6.3 above, shall

be accorded a lower Priority of Service than Shippers receiving an

Allocation of Capacity on the date that Nominations exceeded

interruptible capacity through the constrained facilities.

Capacity allocated to Shippers under Section 6.3 above shall be

reduced, and all such allocations interrupted, prior to reductions

being made in any allocations of capacity which were established

as of the date that Nominations exceeded interruptible capacity.