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

Original Sheet No. 209C Original Sheet No. 209C : Superseded







4.1 Scheduling of Receipts and Deliveries (Continued)


(vi) The volumes scheduled to be diverted shall be

assumed to have flowed such that no imbalance

exists as a result of the diversion transactions at

the end of the day of flow. Any imbalance

resulting from the difference between the total

scheduled quantities (including diversion volumes)

and the actual measured volumes shall be accounted

for at the delivery point or on a transportation

service agreement, as appropriate.


(vii) As a result of the diversion, Shipper shall not

experience any change to the originally scheduled

volumes and shall be invoiced as though the gas had

been delivered to the originally scheduled point.


4.2 Capacity Allocation Procedure - If, on any day, El Paso

determines that the capacity of its pipeline system, or any

portion of such system, is insufficient to serve all

transportation confirmed on Day 1 or Day 2, then El Paso will

schedule transportation in accordance with the sequencing

procedures set forth below until all available capacity at

the constrained location is allocated. Priority to capacity

on the mainline system controls priority to the capacity

upstream of any mainline receipt point. Further, capacity

shall be allocated among Shippers on a nondiscriminatory

basis. Subject to the foregoing, capacity shall be allocated

among Shippers in accordance with the following:


Firm Allocation


(a) First, Shippers receiving service under Rate Schedule

FTS-S for delivery to primary delivery point(s), shall




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