Ngo Transmission, Inc.

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Effective Date: 11/22/2003, Docket: RP04- 67-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 86 Original Sheet No. 86 : Effective

 

(b) Second pro-rata among Shippers nominating firm service (NNS, FTS,

and FSS) using secondary receipt or delivery points within their

contract path, to the extent that such path can be determined,

according to the quantities of gas scheduled by such Shippers.

 

(c) Third pro-rata among Shippers nominating firm service (NNS, FTS,

and FSS) using secondary receipt and delivery points outside their

contract path, to the extent that such path can be determined,

according to the quantities of gas scheduled by such Shippers.

 

(d) Fourth among Shippers nominating interruptible service (ITS, ISS,

and authorized overrun) in the order of the unit rate bid by

Shippers in their nominations or service agreement (as

applicable), starting with the unit rate that represents the

highest percentage of the applicable maximum rate. To the extent

there are competing bids in excess of available capacity,

Transporter will notify all competing bidders and provide them

with a one-time opportunity to modify their nomination to include

a revised bid. Capacity shall be allocated among shippers bidding

the same rate, up to the applicable maximum rate, on a first-come

first-served basis according to the date of service agreement

execution. Capacity will be allocated pro-rata among Shippers

nominating service at the same rate and on service agreements

executed on the same Day.

 

9.3 Allocation of Limited Capacity

 

(a) (i) Curtailment: If, on any Day, Transporter

determines that the capacity of its system, or any

portion thereof including the point(s) at which gas is

tendered for transportation and/or storage is

insufficient to serve all Shippers that are scheduled

to receive service on such Day, capacity that requires

allocation shall be allocated in a manner that results

in curtailment of capacity, to zero if necessary, in

reverse of the order listed in Section 9.2 above. If

capacity must be allocated within the services

included in 9.2(a) above, customers will be curtailed

pro-rata based on Scheduled Quantities. If

interruptible service must be allocated, such service

will be curtailed according to the price being paid,

with lower-priced service being curtailed before

higher priced service, provided that, for the purpose

of the foregoing sentence, any shipper paying above

the maximum applicable rate shall be deemed to be

paying the maximum applicable rate.