Carnegie Interstate Pipeline Company

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/01/1995, Docket: CP93-552-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 73 Original Sheet No. 73 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 73

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

9.5 (Continued)

 

thirty (30) days; provided however,

CIPCO shall not post capacity regarding each

receipt point on its gathering system. Any

potential customer desiring such capacity must

submit a Request For Service in accordance with

Section 9.1 for such capacity. CIPCO shall

allocate available firm capacity to the Request

For Service yielding the highest Net Present

Value. In the event two or more Requests For

Service yield the highest Net Present Value,

available firm capacity shall be assigned

according to the date each such Request For

Service was deemed to be valid under Section

9.3(a). In the event two or more Requests For

Service yield the highest Net Present Value and

are deemed to be valid under Section 9.3(a) on

the same date, available firm capacity will be

allocated pro rata based on the quantity of

capacity requested.

 

(d) Available interruptible capacity shall

be assigned on the basis of rate levels. The

rate level sequence shall begin with the maximum

rate then in effect; the next rate level shall

be the rate most proximate to the maximum rate

based on the percentage of discount from the

applicable maximum rate, in sequence to a rate

that is the minimum rate then in effect. Within

each rate level available interruptible capacity

shall be allocated according to the date each

such Request For Service was deemed to be valid

under Section 9.3(a). In the event two or more

Requests For Service within a rate level have

the same queue priority and capacity is not

available to satisfy all such requests, CIPCO

shall allocate available capacity on a pro rata

basis. At any time, a Customer holding

interruptible capacity may obtain a higher queue

priority by offering to pay a higher rate up to

the applicable maximum rate.