Mojave Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/03/2010, Docket: RP10-706-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 231 Second Revised Sheet No. 231

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 231





8. Operating Provisions


(iv) Segments created for a Shipper's own use or for capacity

release may overlap so long as the Maximum Daily Quantity for

that Service Agreement is not exceeded. If nominations are

received that create overlapping segments that exceed the

Maximum Daily Quantity, Transporter will schedule the

overlapping quantities up to the Maximum Daily Quantity of

the original Service Agreement. If allocations are required,

Shippers nominating quantities within their contract path

will be scheduled first (or pro rata if more than one

Shipper) and then any remaining quantities will be scheduled

for out-of-path nominations (or pro rata if more than one

Shipper), unless the Releasing Shipper specifies in its

release whether the Releasing Shipper or the Replacement

Shipper is to be scheduled first.


(v) A firm Shipper (or a Releasing Shipper and a Replacement

Shipper participating in a capacity release) may segment its

capacity by simultaneously transporting its full Maximum

Daily Quantity in a forward haul and its full Maximum Daily

Quantity in a backhaul (opposite to the contract path) to the

same delivery point.


Transactions that are opposite to the contract path are

distinguished from the Shipper's Primary capacity and shall

be scheduled as Secondary capacity up to the Shipper's

Maximum Daily Quantity.


8.3 Interruptible Service


(a) Service provided under any IT-1 Service Agreement entered into

after Mojave's pipeline has been placed in service must commence

within six (6) months of execution of the Service Agreement or

Shipper's request shall be deemed null and void.