Caledonia Gas And Storage
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 09/30/2010, Docket: RP10-1032-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 80 Original Sheet No. 80
(c) Interruptible Service. The order of priority relating to service
requests for Overrun injection, Overrun withdrawal and service under
Rate Schedules AISS, ISS, IPS, AILS, and ILS shall be allocated to each
Customer on a unit price/Dth basis.
6.3 Interruptible Service and Authorized Overrun Quantities.
Agreements relating to Interruptible Storage Service and Interruptible
Loan Service obligations and Authorized Overrun Quantities (as set
forth in FSS, AISS, ISS, AILS, and ILS Rate Schedules) and extensions
of the service shall have priority as follows:
(a) The order of priority relating to service requests under Rate
Schedules ISS, IPS, and ILS and Authorized Overrun Quantities shall be
based on the average daily interruptible storage, loan, injection,
withdrawal or overrun charge agreed to by Caledonia and Customer, with
the highest charge calculated on a daily basis given highest priority.
(b) Should two or more requests under Interruptible Storage Service,
Interruptible Loan Service, Interruptible Park Service or Authorized
Overrun Quantities under all Rate Schedules by Customers have the same
priority, capacity will be allocated to each Customer on a pro rata
(a) If, on any Gas Day, Caledonia’s capability to inject or withdraw
quantities is impaired so that Caledonia is unable to inject or
withdraw all the quantities which are scheduled, then interruption of
service shall be made in the reverse order of priority set forth in
Section 6.1. Interruption of service to Interruptible Customers under
Rate Schedules AISS, AILS, ISS, IPS, and ILS and to Firm Customers and
Interruptible Customers utilizing Overrun Quantities shall be on a unit
price/Dth basis. If FSS must be interrupted, interruption of service
to Firm storage Customers shall be pro-rata based on MDWQ, MDIQ or MSQ,
as applicable. Any ties shall be interrupted on a pro rata basis.
(b) If a capacity constraint is anticipated or planned (for example,
due to system maintenance) Caledonia shall post a notice of the
anticipated constraint on its Internet Web Site at least 2 Business
Days in advance of the start of the constraint period.
(c) Caledonia shall provide Customers as much advance notice of any
interruption as is practicable under the circumstances. Such notice
shall be made by telephone, fax, e-mail or via the Internet Web Site,