Riverside Pipeline Company, L. P.
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 10/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 48-001, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 100 Original Sheet No. 100 : Effective
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
16. CURTAILMENT AND INTERRUPTION OF SERVICE (cont'd)
16.1 (b) If in the sequence of interruptible service curtailments, a
capacity allocation becomes necessary among Shippers paying
the same rates and having the same date of service request,
Riverside shall allocate on a pro rata basis such available
capacity to such similarly situated Shippers.
(c) Any interruptible Shipper not paying the maximum rate may be
interrupted unless the interruptible Shipper is willing to
pay a rate that will match or exceed a competing offer to
pay the highest rate then being offered up to the maximum
rate for interruptible transportation service. If any
interruptible Shipper is notified by Riverside of potential
interruption due to another interruptible Shipper's
willingness to pay a higher interruptible transportation
rate than the discounted interruptible rate determined
between Riverside and the Shipper to which the notice is
given, the latter may within five (5) days of such notice
elect in writing to pay a higher rate which matches or
exceeds the competing offer and thereby retain its priority.
If the Shipper does not exercise its right to match or
exceed a competing offer within the specified five (5) day
period, the Shipper may lose its priority, and it may not
thereafter offer to pay the higher rate and reclaim its
place in the priority queue.
(d) Firm service shall be the last in order of curtailment or
interruption. If firm service interruptions or curtailments
become necessary among firm Shippers, capacity will be
allocated on a pro rata basis to such similarly situated
Shippers. Firm primary and secondary points shall be
treated equally for curtailment purposes.