Markwest New Mexico, L. L. C.
Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 08/01/2008, Docket: RP08-409-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 119 Original Sheet No. 1195. PRIORITY OF SERVICES AND CURTAILMENT 5.1 Transporter shall have the right to curtail or discontinue services, in whole or in part, on all or a portion of its system at any time for reasons of Force Majeure or when capacity or operating conditions so require. Transporter shall provide Shipper such notice of such curtailment as is reasonable under the circumstances. Routine repair and maintenance is not deemed an emergency situation or an unexpected loss of capacity and will be scheduled by Transporter in a manner to avoid, wherever possible, the disruption of confirmed service. 5.2 If due to any cause whatsoever Transporter is unable on any day to schedule or deliver the quantities of Gas nominated by Shippers, service shall be curtailed in the following order: (a) first, interruptible service provided pursuant to Rate Schedule IT, curtailed by price from lowest to highest, except curtailment will be pro rata on nominated quantities among Shippers paying the same rate, and recognizing that Shippers paying the maximum rate will be curtailed last; (b) second, firm service provided pursuant to Rate Schedule FT. Transporter shall curtail on a pro rata basis on nominated quantities among all Shippers receiving this service.6. SCHEDULING 6.1 Transporter shall schedule all transportation quantities in accordance with the following priorities: (a) Firm transportation of Natural Gas within Shipper's Transportation Quantity from a Shipper's primary Receipt Point(s) and to its primary Delivery Point(s), provided a Shipper's scheduled quantity shall not exceed its nomination;