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Effective Date: 09/04/2008, Docket: CP07-44-005, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 237 Original Sheet No. 237







6.3 Curtailment of Scheduled Volumes during a Day. If, at any time,

Transporter determines that the capacity of its system, or

portion(s) thereof, is insufficient to serve all scheduled

service, or to accept the quantities of Gas tendered, capacity

which requires curtailment shall be curtailed so as to provide

the service which is feasible in the order prescribed for

Scheduling in Section 6.1 above; provided, however, once

scheduled, Priority Class Two and Priority Class Three will have

the same curtailment priority as Priority Class One; and

provided, further, if a capacity constraint occurs on the

upstream or downstream system which results in a curtailment, the

upstream or downstream operator shall determine the change in

scheduled nominations of its Shippers. Such change in scheduled

nominations shall be confirmed via the LINK® System or EDM. To

enable prompt action in an emergency situation where capacity is

insufficient, Transporter shall have the authority to take all

necessary and appropriate actions, as then may appear necessary,

to preserve the operational integrity of its system. Transporter

shall notify Shippers of the existence of any such emergency

situation by use of Electronic Communication, as soon as it is

reasonably practicable.