Mississippi River Transmission Corp.
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/01/1998, Docket: RP99- 67-002, Status: Effective
Sub Second Revised Sheet No. 126 Sub Second Revised Sheet No. 126 : Superseded
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 126
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
8. NOMINATIONS, SCHEDULING, AND CURTAILMENT (Continued)
(j) If a Customer nominates receipts from more than one
pool and a conflict arises as to which pool receives the
Customer's higher scheduling priority, then the Customer's
priority shall be prorated between or among the affected pools.
(k) MRT shall redetermine the priority of each Customer
and Pool Operator under Section 8.2 and reallocate capacity
hereunder on a periodic basis as is necessary for MRT to
recognize the priority of new Customers and Pool Operators or
to reflect any changes in the priorities of existing Customers
and Pool Operators, to assure service to its firm Customers,
and to accommodate the operational requirements of the system.
(l) MRT shall have the unqualified right to interrupt
Transportation Services, Storage Services, or both at any time
under MRT's interruptible rate schedules to provide service
under MRT's firm rate schedules pursuant to a properly submitted
nomination or under Rate Schedule NNT. MRT will give scheduling
priority to service under Rate Schedule NNTS and intraday
nominations submitted by firm Customers over nominated and
scheduled and/or flowing quantities for interruptible Customers.
MRT shall interrupt interruptible and authorized overrun
quantities in sequence pursuant to the priorities specified in
Section 8.2 herein, from lowest to highest priority. MRT shall
notify any Customer whose service is to be interrupted pursuant
to this provision in accordance with Section 8.1(f)(i) above.
However, if, in order to provide No Notice Transportation service
pursuant to the terms and conditions of Rate Schedule NNT, MRT
is required to interrupt a lower priority service, MRT shall
notify any Customer whose service is to be interrupted as soon as
is reasonably practicable.
(m) In making reductions in nominated quantities during the
scheduling process, MRT will use Customer or Pool Operator
provided rankings for service under its Service Agreement if not
in conflict with the priorities set forth in Section 8 of these
(n) For nominations pursuant to the cycle described in
Section 8.1(f)(i)(A) above, MRT will complete the scheduling
process and provide information on scheduled quantities by
4:30 p.m. CT on the day prior to gas flow.
8.3 Curtailment of Services
(a) MRT shall have the right to curtail or discontinue
Transportation Services, Storage Services, or both in whole or
in part on all or a portion of its system at any time for reasons
of force majeure or when in MRT's sole judgment reasonably
exercised, capacity or operating conditions so require. MRT
shall provide Customers such notice of the curtailment as is
reasonable under the circumstances.