Pacific Gas Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 04/01/1999, Docket: RP99-248-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 81 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 81 : Effective

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 81

TRANSPORTATION GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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19. PRIORITY OF SERVICE, SCHEDULING, AND NOMINATIONS

 

19.1 Priority of Firm Service

 

Firm service shall have the highest priority on PG&E GT-NW's

System. From time to time, PG&E GT-NW may not have sufficient

capacity to accommodate all nominations for firm service through

a given segment of its pipeline, Receipt Point, or Delivery Point.

In that event, PG&E GT-NW shall schedule firm service using the

following priorities.

 

19.1A FIRM SCHEDULING PRIORITIES THROUGH PIPELINE SEGMENTS.

 

PG&E GT-NW shall first schedule nominations for service within a

shipper's Primary Path. In the event PG&E GT-NW has insufficient

capacity to schedule all nominations for service within Shippers'

Primary Paths, PG&E GT-NW shall schedule service to Shippers

nominating for service along Primary Paths on a pro rata basis in

accordance with each shipper's MDQ.

 

PG&E GT-NW will next schedule nominations for service within a

shipper's Reverse Path. In the event PG&E GT-NW has insufficient

capacity to schedule all nominations for service within Shippers'

Reverse Paths, PG&E GT-NW shall schedule service to Shippers

nominating for service along Reverse Paths on a pro rata basis in

accordance with each shipper's MDQ.

 

19.1B FIRM SCHEDULING PRIORITIES THROUGH RECEIPT POINTS.

 

First, PG&E GT-NW shall schedule service to those shippers for

whom the constrained receipt point is a Primary Receipt Point,

up to each shipper's MDQ at that point (plus an allowance for

fuel). In the event full service cannot be provided to

shippers holding Primary Receipt Point rights, service will be

scheduled on a pro rata basis based on each shipper's primary

MDQ at that point.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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