Texas Gas Transmission Corporation

First Revised Volume No. 2-A

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Effective Date: 01/01/1993, Docket: RP90-104-020, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 126 Original Sheet No. 126 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

(b) Transporter shall determine each month the

amount of capacity, if any, available in the

Upstream Pipelines. Such available capacity on

an Upstream Pipeline shall be allocated each

month first to Priority 1 and then to Priority 2

Customers on a pro rata basis in accordance with

the service priorities contained in Section 10.2

of these General Terms and Conditions (i.e.,

Priority 1 FT Customers before Priority 2 FT

Customers, followed by Priority 1 IT Customers

before Priority 2 IT Customers). Any remaining

capacity on Upstream Pipelines shall be allo-

cated to other Customers on a first-come, first-

served basis.

 

(c) Transporter shall notify each Customer of the

capacity, if any, allocated to such Customer by

first-class mail or other mutually acceptable

form of communication.

 

28.4 Operating Conditions

 

(a) Transporter shall give Customer twenty-four (24)

hours advance notice of any interruption of

service hereunder on an Upstream Pipeline. Ser-

vice may be interrupted at any receipt point or

delivery point. Service shall be interrupted in

accordance with the priorities of service as set

forth in Section 28.3 (b) when partial interrup-

tion of service is necessary. In cases of force

majeure or where the Upstream Pipeline provides

less than twenty-four (24) hours notice of

interruption, Transporter shall provide Customer

with as much notice of interruption as possible

under the circumstances.

 

(b) Transporter shall remain responsible for the

operational and payment provisions of its under-

lying service agreement with the Upstream Pipe-

line. Customer shall be responsible for com-

plying and for causing others to comply with the

operational requirements of the Upstream Pipe-

line and for causing the scheduled quantities to

be delivered to the Upstream Pipeline. If Cus-

tomer's action or inaction, including failure to

tender or take gas which creates an imbalance on

the Upstream Pipeline, causes, in whole or in