Stingray Pipeline Company, L. L. C.
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/01/2008, Docket: RP08-436-000, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 108 Second Revised Sheet No. 108
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 108
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
At other points, Stingray shall agree to a change to
the extent that firm transmission and point capacity
is available after taking into account existing
capacity commitments under other firm Agreements.
Should Stingray agree to construct a new point for a
Shipper, such Shipper shall be given a priority for
that point based on the date of that Shipper's request
for such point.
3.3 GENERAL SCHEDULING PRIORITIES
(a) Stingray shall first schedule all firm services within
MDQ at Firm Points and at Interruptible Points within
a Firm Point path where no point constraint exists.
To the extent capacity does not exist to provide for
all volumes nominated by Shippers on a firm basis
within MDQ at Firm Points and at Interruptible Points
along any path defined by Firm Points where no point
constraint exists under all firm Rate Schedules,
scheduling shall be pro rata based on confirmed
nominations within MDQ on any portion of Stingray's
System affected by a capacity constraint.
(b) Stingray shall next schedule firm service at other
Interruptible Points. Where capacity is not
sufficient to grant all such Interruptible Point
requests, the Interruptible Point priorities set out
in Section 3.5 shall govern.
(c) Third, Stingray shall schedule other interruptible and
authorized overrun services, applying scheduling
priorities set out in Section 3.7.
(d) Firm intra-day nominations are entitled to bump
scheduled interruptible volumes, as defined in
Sections 3.5 and 3.7, only during the Evening and
Intra-day 1 Nomination Cycles, as defined in Section
6.2. Firm intra-day nominations are not entitled to
bump already scheduled firm volumes.
3.4 GENERAL CURTAILMENT PRIORITIES
In interrupting or curtailing service, Stingray shall
curtail in accordance with the following priority sequence
to the extent there is insufficient transportation capacity: