Valero Interstate Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1991, Docket: GT91- 42-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 58 Original Sheet No. 58 : Superseded

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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(continued)

 

 

e. If Shipper's service agreement with Vitco provides for more than

one point of receipt or more than one point of delivery, the total

quantity that Shipper may tender to Vitco for transportation at

all such points of receipt or that Shipper may request delivery

of at all such points of delivery on any day shall not exceed the

total quantity of gas that Vitco is obligated under the service

agreement to receive and deliver. Among such points, Vitco may

limit the quantity of gas that Shipper may tender to Vitco or

request delivery of at any such point, based on the availability

of capacity of the facilities at that point and its effect on

system operations.

 

f. Vitco shall not be required to lower its system operating pres-

sure, or to alter the direction of gas flow, the gas load, or

other operation or utilization of its facilities in order to

receive, transport or deliver gas under this rate schedule.

Deliveries of gas to Vitco by Shipper at the points of receipt

under the service agreement shall be at a pressure sufficient to

cause the gas to enter Vitco's facilities at that point, but not

in excess of the maximum allowable operating pressure ("MAOP") of

Vitco's facilities at that point. Deliveries of gas by Vitco to

Shipper at the points of delivery under the service agreement

shall be at the pressure that exists in Vitco's facilities at

that point from time to time, but not in excess of the MAOP of

Vitco's facilities at that point. Vitco's MAOP at relevant points

on its system shall be specified in each service agreement under

this rate schedule.

 

g. If transportation service includes delivery to a processing plant

prior to delivery by Vitco back to Shipper, and if Shipper has

retained the right to have its gas processed and does in fact have

its gas processed during such transportation, Vitco's obligation

to deliver gas shall be reduced by the reduction of Btu experi-

enced as plant fuel and shrinkage through the plant; provided,

however, such plant fuel and shrinkage shall be considered as gas

delivered, for purposes of computing the transportation charge.