El Paso Natural Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 10/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 60-016, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 209A First Revised Sheet No. 209A : Superseded

Superseding: 1st Substitute Original Sheet No. 209A






4.1 Scheduling of Receipts and Deliveries (Continued)


(d) With respect to its own natural gas supplies, El Paso

shall be obligated to pool its supplies by basin, and

schedule its own sales gas from such pools in the same

manner as it schedules gas from pools for other Shippers.


(e) In the event that, on any day, a Shipper's initial

request for transportation on El Paso's system is

unsuccessful due to lack of access to downstream

transportation at any delivery point, which El Paso

shall confirm by contacting the downstream operator,

such condition shall have no adverse effect on the

scheduling of other Shipper's rights at receipt or

delivery points.


(f) In the event of any occurrence which prevents El Paso

from utilizing the process set forth above (e.g.,

computer failure), for the duration of such occurrence,

all scheduling shall be done on the same day subject to

the priority limitations applicable on Day 2. Notice of

the commencement and termination of any such occurrence

shall be posted on El Paso's EBB. The provisions of

Section 4.2(d) below shall not apply to occurrences

subject to this Section 4.1(f).


(g) During Day 3, a Shipper moving gas pursuant to Rate

Schedule T-3 of this Volume No. 1-A Tariff may divert

scheduled volumes to a point that is within the same

rate zone or in an upstream zone. A Releasing Shipper,

as a term of release, may utilize such flow day

diversion as a means of recalling capacity on an

expeditious basis. Additionally, an Acquiring Shipper

also may utilize flow day diversion for the same day

return of such recalled capacity. Any diversion

pursuant to this Section 4.1(g) is subject to the

following conditions: