Mississippi River Transmission Corp.
Original Volume No. 1-A
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Effective Date: 04/20/1991, Docket: RP91-121-000, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 26 Second Revised Sheet No. 26 : Effective
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 26
RATE SCHEDULE ITS
INTERRUPTIBLE TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
3. PRIORITY OF SERVICE AND ALLOCATION OF CAPACITY (Continued)
3.5 Requests by Shipper to change its use of one Receipt or
Delivery Point under contract to another Receipt or Delivery Point
under contract shall not be considered as a request for new
transportation service. However, a Shipper requesting such change in
existing interruptible transportation service shall not have priority
for service from the new Receipt Point(s) or Delivery Point(s) over a
pre-existing interruptible service currently being utilized at that
point until the beginning of each month as specified in Section 10.1
of the Transportation General Terms and Conditions, except as
otherwise provided in Section 3.2(a).
3.6 If Transporter experiences a capacity curtailment on a
portion of its system, it shall (to the extent practicable), apply
the curtailment criteria set out herein only to those Shippers with
service affected by that portion of the system.
3.7 The priorities set out in this Section 3 shall apply both
to the scheduling and the curtailment of deliveries.
4. RATES AND CHARGES
4.1 All charges for transportation service shall be stated on
the currently effective Sheet No. 3 of this tariff.
4.2 For all service rendered under this rate schedule, Shipper
shall pay Transporter the sum of the following:
(a) Commodity Charge - A charge equal to the product of
the applicable commodity rate and the total MMBtu of natural gas
delivered by Transporter at the Delivery Point(s) during the