Transwestern Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 02/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 87-003, Status: Effective

1st Revised Sheet No. 67 1st Revised Sheet No. 67 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 67

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

(5) All industrial requirements not specified in (4), (6), (7),

(8), (9), (10), or (11).

 

(6) Firm industrial requirements for certain small volume boiler

fuel use (less than 3,000 dth per day, but more than 1,500 dth

per day), where alternate fuel capabilities can meet such

requirements.

 

(7) Firm industrial requirements for large volume (3,000 dth or

more per day) boiler fuel use where alternate fuel capabilities

can meet such requirements.

 

(8) Interruptible requirements of more than 300 dth per day, but

less than 1,500 dth per day, where alternate fuel capabilities

can meet such requirements.

 

(9) Interruptible requirements of intermediate volumes (from 1,500

dth per day through 3,000 dth per day), where alternate fuel

capabilities can meet such requirements.

 

(10) Interruptible requirements of more than 3,000 dth per day, but

less than 10,000 dth per day, where alternate fuel capabilities

can meet such requirements.

 

(11) Interruptible requirements of more than 10,000 dth per day,

where alternate fuel capabilities can meet such requirements.

 

Transporter recognizes that exceptions to Transporter's proposed

levels of curtailment may be required by particular environmental

emergencies or to forestall irreparable injury to life or property.

Any Purchasers seeking emergency relief on this basis shall have the

burden of establishing under oath the nature and extent of its

problem and the volume of gas needed to avoid such hazard to human

health, life or property. In such event, such Purchasers may be

exempt from curtailment for the required period of time to the extent

that Transporter is able to grant such exemption without creating

similar emergency situations on the systems of other Purchasers or

jeopardizing its ability to meet its system requirements and

operating program.