Viking Gas Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/14/2005, Docket: RP05-670-000, Status: Effective

Eleventh Revised Sheet No. 50 Eleventh Revised Sheet No. 50 : Effective

Superseding: Tenth Revised Sheet No. 50







3.5 Scheduling Priority (Continued)


Secondary Receipt Points or to Secondary Delivery Points, then the capacity

remaining after scheduling receipts at Primary Receipt Points or deliveries at

Primary Delivery Points will be made available for the Shippers requesting the

use of such Secondary Receipt Points and Secondary Delivery Points on a

pro rata basis, in accordance with such Shippers' nominations.


3.6 Allocation of Limited Capacity


If, on any Gas Day, Company determines that the capacity of its system, or

any portion thereof, including the point(s) at which gas is tendered for

transportation, is insufficient to serve all transportation requirements

which are otherwise scheduled to receive service on such Gas Day, then

Company shall first curtail interruptible services, and thereafter shall

curtail firm services. For purposes of curtailing interruptible services,

Company shall first interrupt those Shippers paying the lowest transportation

rate, and then those paying the next lowest rate, and so on until the

necessary level of interruption is achieved; provided that any Shipper paying

a rate above the Maximum Rate shall be deemed to be paying the maximum

applicable rate. Curtailment of interruptible services paying the same

transportation rate shall be in accordance with the priority established in

Subsections 3.5(e)(4), (e)(5) and (e)(6) of these General Terms and

Conditions. If it is necessary to curtail firm services, Company

shall interrupt firm transportation services pro rata based on the TQ of the

affected Shippers; provided however, that services utilizing a Secondary

Receipt Point or a Secondary Delivery Point shall be curtailed prior to

services utilizing a Primary Receipt Point and a Primary Delivery Point. If

Company determines at any time that the capacity of its system or any portion

thereof, including the point(s) at which gas is tendered for transportation,

is sufficient to serve transportation requirements for which nominations

have been received in accordance with Section 3 of the General Terms and

Conditions but which have not been scheduled to receive service on that Gas

Day, Company may notify affected Shippers and may allocate available capacity