White River Hub, LLC

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2008, Docket: RP08-645-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 102 Original Sheet No. 102

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

9. PRIORITY AND INTERRUPTION OF TRANSPORTATION SERVICE

 

9.1 Priority of Service. Shippers shall be entitled to receive

service subject to the availability of hub capacity on White River's system in

the order of priority below.

 

(a) All firm transportation service from a Primary Receipt point

to a Primary Delivery point.

 

(b) All firm transportation service nominated (1) from an

Alternate Receipt point to a Primary Delivery point; (2) from a Primary

Receipt point to an Alternate Delivery point and (3) from an Alternate Receipt

point to an Alternate Delivery point. If available capacity at an Alternate

Receipt point or Alternate Delivery point is insufficient to accommodate

nominations of these Shippers, the available capacity will be awarded pro rata

based on each Shipper's nomination up to that Shipper's RDC.

 

(c) All interruptible transportation service and authorized

overrun service under Rate Schedules FT and RGS by rate paid from highest to

lowest. Where two or more Shippers are paying the same rate, available

capacity will be awarded pro rata on the basis of each Shipper's daily

nomination.

 

(d) Nominated imbalance payback quantities under all Rate

Schedules.

 

9.2 Interruption and Curtailment Procedures.

 

(a) If, due to any cause whatsoever, White River does not have

sufficient capacity in all or part of its system on any day to serve all of

its customers, curtailment or interruptions will be instituted in reverse

order of priority of classes specified in this section. However, once the gas

day commences, all firm FT and RGS Shippers on the affected parts of the

system will be curtailed pro rata, regardless of whether gas has been

scheduled at a primary or alternate receipt or delivery point.