K N Wattenberg Transmission LLC

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Effective Date: 04/01/1993, Docket: CP92-203-005, Status: Effective

Substitute Original Sheet No. 57 Substitute Original Sheet No. 57 : Effective

 

 

General Terms and Conditions - continued

 

(4) Transporter will use reasonable efforts to give at

least four (4) hours notice in advance of the time

reductions of takes are to commence. However, when

reductions are due to an event of force majeure,

Transporter shall give whatever notice is practicable

under the circumstances.

 

c. PRIORITIES OF INTERRUPTIBLE SERVICE.

 

After Transporter has met its obligations to all firm

customers, any remaining capacity on any day shall be

allocated to interruptible customers in the following

order of priority:

 

(1) VOLUMES FOR WHICH SHIPPER IS PAYING THE MAXIMUM

TRANSPORTATION TARIFF RATE (Highest Priority):

 

(a) Within the priority, service shall be provided

on a first-come-first-served basis, based on the

date the complete written request for service

was received by Transporter or the date that a

specific receipt or delivery point was requested

to be added to an agreement (Priority Date).

Should two (2) or more Shippers have the same

Priority Date, service shall be provided on a

pro rata basis, based on the nominations

(transportation). Transporter will keep a

transport log.

 

(b) Notwithstanding the above, priority shall be

given to a Shipper desiring to continue

transportation between the same receipt and

delivery points for which Shipper actually

nominated and flowed volumes at the maximum rate

during the preceding billing period. However,

this priority shall be limited to the sum of

Shipper's average daily volumes actually

nominated and flowed for such billing period and

Shipper's average daily volumes of gas

interruptions or reductions during such billing

period, up to the Maximum Daily Transportation

Quantity.