Arkansas Western Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/01/1993, Docket: CP92-570-005, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 28 Original Sheet No. 28 : Superseded

 

 

 

16.3 For purposes of establishing a date and time priority queue

for interruptible transportation agreements, all requests

which conform to Transporter's transportation Services

Request Form shall be deemed to be valid. Transporter shall

maintain a log to document the date and time of receipt of

valid requests for interruptible transportation services and

such log shall be used to establish the priority queue.

Transporter shall conduct, by public notice, an open season

for transportation requests and all valid requests received

in such open season shall be treated as if received on the

identical date and at the identical time.

 

16.4 Transporter is free to contract at any time with other

parties for transportation services (whether firm or

interruptible) without liability to Shipper for any

resulting interruption or reduction of transportation

services hereunder. Shipper shall indemnify and hold

Transporter harmless from and against any and all losses,

damages, or expenses of every kind and character, which

Transporter or Shipper may suffer sustain, or be liable for

as a result of any interruption or reduction of

transportation service pursuant to either Rate Schedule FTS

or ITS, unless the interruption or reduction is attributable

to Transporter's gross negligence or willful misconduct.

 

17. FLEXIBLE RECEIPT AND DELIVERY POINTS

 

17.1 All firm shippers receiving service pursuant to Part 284 of

the FERC's Regulations will have primary receipt and

delivery points specified in their Service Agreements. Firm

shippers existing on the effective date of this section that

retain their firm capacity rights also retain their

priorities at the receipt and delivery points designated in

their Service Agreements. Primary receipt and delivery

points specified in a customer's Service Agreement will be

quantity-specific by each point. The sum of the quantities

specified at each primary receipt and delivery point must

equal the maximum daily quantity ("MDQ") specified in the

transportation Service Agreement.

 

17.2 All firm shippers receiving service pursuant to Part 284 of

the FERC's Regulations will be permitted to nominate service

on a secondary basis at all receipt and delivery points on

Transporter's system. Each secondary receipt and delivery

point nomination may specify quantities up to the MDQ.