Canyon Creek Compression Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/24/2001, Docket: RP01-515-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 114 Second Revised Sheet No. 114 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 114






If Canyon experiences a capacity constraint on a

portion of its System or at specific points, it shall (to the

extent practicable), apply the scheduling and curtailment

provisions hereof, for both firm and interruptible services,

only to those Shippers with service affected by that portion of

the System or at those points. Canyon shall endeavor to

restrict curtailment to as limited a geographical area, number

of Shippers and services as reasonably feasible, given the

operational capabilities of its System.




No Shipper shall have any right to tender

Unauthorized Overrun Gas. Unauthorized overruns are subject to

penalty as set out in the individual Rate Schedules. To the

extent Canyon is unable to transport Unauthorized Overrun Gas

without jeopardizing the safety of Canyon's operations and/or

its ability to meet its contractual obligations to other

Shippers, such decisions to be solely within the judgment and

discretion of Canyon, Canyon shall have the right to vent,

without incurring any liability to Shipper, or any third party,

such Unauthorized Overrun Gas as it is unable to transport.

However, Canyon shall use its best efforts to avoid or minimize

such venting.