National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/24/1994, Docket: RP94- 80-005, Status: Effective

Sub. Original Sheet No. 210F Sub. Original Sheet No. 210F : Superseded

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

 

16. CURTAILMENT (cont'd)

 

16.3 Limitation of Storage Capacity

 

(vi) sixth, to quantities scheduled pursuant to the ISS Rate

Schedule, quantities scheduled pursuant to the IAS Rate

Schedule, and authorized overruns under the FSS, SS-1,

SS-2 and ESS rate schedules, and

 

(vii) last, to quantities scheduled within contract quantities

for each Shipper pursuant to the FSS, SS-1, SS-2, ESS,

or other firm storage service rate schedule.

 

Available capacity will be allocated to scheduled injections and

withdrawals within a category for purposes of this Subsection in

proportion to the quantities scheduled by Transporter.

If, on any day, Transporter determines that the available storage

capacity on its system, or any portion thereof, is insufficient to

serve all storage capacity requirements which are otherwise

scheduled to receive service on such day, capacity which requires

allocation shall be allocated in a manner which results in

curtailment of capacity, to zero (0) if necessary, first to

capacity scheduled pursuant to the P-2 Rate Schedule, and then to

capacity scheduled for storage pursuant to the IR-2 Rate Schedule,

and then to capacity scheduled pursuant to the ISS Rate Schedule,

and then to capacity scheduled pursuant to the FSS, SS-1, SS-2,

ESS, or other firm storage service rate schedules. Available

capacity will be allocated to scheduled capacity within each

category for purposes of this Subsection in proportion to the

quantities scheduled by Transporter.