Western Gas Interstate Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 53-003, Status: Effective

Revised Original Sheet No. 271 Revised Original Sheet No. 271 : Superseded






such Curtailment Over-Run quantity and if Western's

pipeline operations were not impaired thereby. The payment

of a penalty for a Curtailment Over-Run shall not under any

circumstances be considered as giving any such customer the

right to take any Curtailment Over-Run quantity; nor shall

such payment be considered as a substitute for any other

remedies available to Western or other Buyer or Shipper

against the offending Buyer or Shipper for failure to

adhere to its obligations under the provisions of this

Section 15.


15.6 Allocation of Capacity - For purposes of allocation of

capacity, the order of priority shall be; Primary Firm,

alternate Firm, and finally interruptible.


(a) Firm Capacity - Shippers receiving firm transportation

service, when operating within the primary receipt and

delivery limitations of their executed Service

Agreements, shall have a superior right to service

over all interruptible services.


(1) Primary Receipt and Delivery Point Capacity -

When capacity available to be scheduled for use

among firm Shippers is less than the quantity

nominated and confirmed at a Primary Receipt

Point or Delivery Point, the capacity available

for such firm service at each affected Point

shall be prorated among firm Shippers if firm

services were scheduled:


(i) on the first of a month such that the

quantity available to be scheduled for a

given Shipper is the lesser of (I) that

Shipper's confirmed nomination or (II) the

operational capacity of the Point multiplied

by the quotient of that Shipper's MDTQ , and

the sum of the MDTQs of each Shipper who

nominated firm service at the affected

Point; and