High Island Offshore System, L.L.C.
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 10/01/2007, Docket: RP06-540-004, Status: Effective
Fourth Revised Sheet No. 5 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 5 : Effective
Superseding: Substitute Third Revised Sheet No. 5
3. Main Line Capacity*
The procedure to be followed by a new shipper, in order to receive firm or
interruptible transportation service on HIOS' main line, is set forth in
Section 2 of the General Terms and Conditions for Rate Schedules FT-1, FT-2,
4. Lateral Line Capacity
4.1 The maximum obligation of HIOS to receive gas at any Point of Receipt is
set forth in the Transportation Agreements referenced in Paragraph 2
4.2 To the extent that firm capacity is available on any lateral in excess of
the total obligation of HIOS to receive volumes on such lateral, it is the
policy of HIOS to allocate such available firm capacity to shippers, both
existing and new, on a "first come, first served" and non-discriminatory
4.3 To the extent that "interruptible capacity" is available on any lateral of
the system, on any day, after all nominations for "interruptible overrun
capacity" have been satisfied, HIOS will allocate such capacity to any
shipper, having Points of Receipt on the lateral, on a "first come, first
served basis" as set forth in Section 7.9 of the General Terms and
5. Posting of Available Firm Capacity
To the extent that firm capacity is available on the mainline or on the lateral
lines that is in excess of the total contracted obligation for that line, HIOS
will post by line such available capacity on its Interactive Internet Website.
* HIOS' main line is that segment of its system which lies between High Island
Block A-264 and West Cameron Block 167.
** With respect to a new shipper, that shipper must first receive an allocation of
firm capacity on the main line before its request for firm lateral capacity will
be considered. As to an existing firm shipper, it is assumed that such a
shipper already has available to it the necessary firm main line capacity.
Short haul entitlements require main line capacity only.
*** With respect to a new shipper, that shipper must first receive an allocation of
interruptible capacity on the main line before its request for interruptible
lateral capacity will be considered. As to an existing interruptible shipper, it
is assumed that such a shipper already has available to it the necessary
interruptible main line capacity.