Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company, LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/31/2008, Docket: RP09-158-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 422 Original Sheet No. 422









28.2 Allocation of Capacity (Continued)


(b) In allocating capacity among Buyers under Section 28.2(a)(iii) or curtailing

service among Buyers under Section 28.4(a) Seller shall give interruptible

priority based on Buyer's willingness to pay the highest unit rate for such

service (not to exceed the maximum rate for such service set forth in Seller's

applicable rate schedule) with Buyers paying the highest unit rate, or Buyers,

which when given notice of interruption are willing to pay the highest unit

rate, receiving first priority and so on (with capacity allocated on a pro rata

basis among Buyers willing to pay the same unit rate for such service); provided

however, Buyers paying a negotiated rate which exceeds the maximum rate will be

considered for purposes of this Section 28.2(b) to be paying the maximum rate.


(c) When it is necessary to allocate capacity or curtail service only in a

particular segment of Seller's system, any necessary allocation or reduction

shall be implemented in accordance with this Section only in that segment of

Seller's system.


(d) Seller agrees to furnish to any Buyer requesting same at Seller's office during

reasonable business hours, sufficient information to demonstrate the manner in

which the monthly set-up and determinations and allocations of capacity have

been made under this Section 28.


28.3 Allocation of Capacity Anticipated to be Available Through Seller's Daily Scheduling



In the event capacity becomes available on any day during the month which would enable

Seller to render additional service on a daily basis, such additional capacity will be

made available to those Buyers requesting service in the same priority order as set

forth in Section 28.2.