Rendezvous Pipeline Company, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 02/08/2007, Docket: RP07- 6-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 46 Original Sheet No. 46 : Pending

 

(2) To Shippers nominating Firm

Transportation Service without primary

entitlements at the Receipt Point(s) and

Delivery Point(s).

 

If Receipt Point or Delivery Point

capacity is constrained, then available

capacity will be allocated pro rata,

based on each Shipper's current Maximum

Daily Receipt Obligation or Maximum

Daily Delivery Obligation, as

applicable.

(3) To Shippers nominating Interruptible

Transportation Service and Authorized

Overrun Service.

 

If Receipt Point or Delivery Point

capacity is insufficient to accommodate

the total Quantities nominated, then

available capacity will be allocated

based on rate paid and then pro rata

based on nominated quantities when two

or more Shippers are paying the same

rate and available capacity is

insufficient to accommodate all

nominations at the same rate.

 

(b) Bumping. During each nomination cycle, available

capacity will be scheduled pursuant to the

priority and sequence described in Section

17.3(a). Once scheduled, nominations for Firm

Transportation Service will not be bumped.

 

If quantities are reduced as a result of bumping,

Transporter will provide advance notice to each

affected Shipper and will indicate whether

penalties will apply. Such notice will be

provided by facsimile transmission, Internet email

or other mutually agreeable means of electronic

communication, as specified by the Shipper.

 

Each Shipper will designate an operational contact

for Transporter to notify on a 24 hour a day, 365

days a year basis. If Transporter is unable to

notify any Shipper because that Shipper's contact

is unavailable, such Shipper will be solely

responsible for any consequences arising from such

failure of communication.

 

(c) Contractual Priorities. The foregoing scheduling

priorities and capacity allocation methodologies

will control and govern the provision of service

on Transporter's System, notwithstanding anything

to the contrary which may be expressed or implied

in any executed Transportation Service Agreement.

 

17.4 Interruption/Curtailment Procedures. If, at any time,

Transporter determines that the capacity of its System

or any portion thereof, including capacity at Receipt

Points or Delivery Points, is insufficient for any

reason to serve all scheduled Quantities, then

Transporter will, without liability to any Shipper,

curtail or interrupt deliveries. Such curtailment or

interruption will occur in a reverse order to the

scheduling sequence set forth in Section 17.3.