Markwest New Mexico, L. L. C.

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2008, Docket: RP08-409-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 116 Original Sheet No. 116 scheduled quantity shall not exceed an amount equal to Shipper's Transportation Quantity multiplied by the fraction of the Day remaining at the time the changes are implemented, nor less than zero at any point in time. Transporter shall be under no obligation to accept such revisions for Shipper nominations made under Transporter's Interruptible Transportation Service. 4.4 Pursuant to NAESB Standards 1.3.9 (Version 1.6), 1.3.11 (Version 1.6), 1.3.13 (Version 1.6): All nominations, including Intraday Nominations, shall be based on a daily quantity; thus, an intraday nominator need not submit an hourly nomination. Intraday Nominations shall include an effective date and time. The interconnected parties shall agree on the hourly flows of the Intraday Nomination, if not otherwise addressed in the Transportation Agreement or Tariff. Intraday Nominations can be used to request increases or decreases in total flow, changes to receipt points, or changes to delivery points of scheduled Gas. Intraday Nominations do not rollover (i.e., Intraday Nominations span one day only). Intraday Nominations do not replace the remainder of a standing nomination. There is no need to renominate if an Intraday Nomination modifies an existing nomination. 4.5 Shipper Prioritization of Nominated Quantities - If Shipper elects to nominate quantities of Gas to be received by Transporter from one or more upstream parties at the Receipt Point, Shipper shall provide the priority, method, and extent to which each nominated receipt quantity from a particular upstream party should be reduced in the event that, due to Transporter's allocation of Available Capacity for Transportation services, all nominated receipts cannot be scheduled. Shipper prioritization of nominated quantities must be consistent with the terms of this FERC Gas Tariff and such prioritization will be honored to the extent that Transporter reasonably determines such prioritization is operationally feasible.