Arlington Storage Company, LLC

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/08/2009, Docket: RP10-67-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 129 Original Sheet No. 129

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

5. PRIORITY, INTERRUPTION OF SERVICE AND OPERATIONAL FLOW ORDERS

 

5.1 Priority of Service. Any Customer executing a Storage Service Agreement with ASC shall be

entitled to the storage, parking, wheeling, or loaning of Gas in the following order of

declining priority:

 

(a) (i) Firm Storage Services at primary Point(s) of Receipt, not in excess of MDRQ, and at

primary Point(s) of Delivery, not in excess of MDDQ, or (ii) for constraints that

develop after Gas is scheduled, Firm Storage Services at secondary Point(s) of

Receipt or Delivery and Firm Storage Services at primary Point(s) of Receipt in

excess of MDRQ, but less than or equal to MDIQ, and Firm Storage Services at primary

Point(s) of Delivery, in excess of MDDQ but less than or equal to MDWQ.

 

(b) For constraints that develop before Gas is scheduled, Firm Storage Services at secondary

Point(s) of Receipt or Delivery and Firm Storage Services at primary Point(s)of Receipt,

in excess of MDRQ but less than or equal to MDIQ, and Firm Storage Services at primary

Point(s) of Delivery, in excess of MDDQ but less than or equal to MDWQ.

 

(c) Interruptible service, including storage, parking, wheeling, and/or loaning, extended

injections for firm service, extended withdrawals for firm service, Excess Injection Gas

and Excess Withdrawal Gas pursuant to Section 5.2 below.

 

If a capacity constraint is anticipated or planned (for example, due to system maintenance), ASC shall

post a notice of the anticipated constraint on its Internet Web Site at least 48 hours in advance of

the start of the constraint period.

 

5.2 Interruptible Service. Agreements relating to Excess Injection Gas and Excess Withdrawal Gas

(pursuant to Section 2 of Rate Schedules FSS, FP or FL) and other Interruptible service

obligations and extensions of service shall have priority as follows:

 

(a) The order of priority relating to service requests for Excess Injection Gas, Excess Withdrawal

Gas, extended injections or withdrawals for firm service, and service under Rate Schedules IP,

IW, IL, ISS and IHBS shall be based on the net revenue to ASC as applicable, agreed to by ASC

and Customer under such rate schedule, with the transaction generating the highest net revenue

to ASC given highest priority.

 

(b) Should two or more Interruptible Customers have the same priority, capacity will be allocated

to each Customer on a pro rata basis.