El Paso Natural Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 04/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 60-016, Status: Effective

1st Sub Second Revised Sheet No. 210 1st Sub Second Revised Sheet No. 210 : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 210





4.2 Capacity Allocation Procedure (Continued)


receive their full requirements before all other

Shippers without any requirements or restrictions as to

where the gas is received. Such service shall be based

on confirmed quantities not to exceed the capacity of

the facility to receive or deliver gas; then


(b) Second, pro rata among firm transportation Shippers,

including Acquiring Shippers receiving released capacity

on a firm or firm recallable basis under El Paso's

Capacity Release Program, for delivery from primary

receipt to primary delivery point(s) based on confirmed

quantities not to exceed any applicable maximum contract

quantities; then


(c) Third, pro rata among all other firm transportation

Shippers utilizing either an alternate receipt or an

alternate delivery point, or both, based on confirmed

volumes not to exceed the capacity of the facility to

receive or deliver gas nor to exceed any Shipper's

applicable maximum contract quantities.


(d) If, on Day 3, an interruption of service occurs which

requires an allocation of previously scheduled capacity,

El Paso shall allocate pursuant to this Section 4.2, but

shall treat categories (b) and (c) above equally for

allocation purposes.


After serving all firm requirements, then capacity shall be

allocated to interruptible service as follows:


Interruptible Allocation


(a) First, pro rata among Shippers who contracted prior to

October 9, 1985 for interruptible transportation

service, according to the provisions of the applicable

transportation contracts; then


(b) Second, among Shippers utilizing El Paso's interruptible

transportation service on a first-come/first-served

basis as set forth in Section 19 of these General Terms

and Conditions; then


(c) Pro rata among Shippers receiving scheduled overrun