Midwest Gas Storage, Inc.

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/15/1994, Docket: CP90-454-004, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 513 Original Sheet No. 513 : Effective



Midwest shall schedule nominations among those

agreements on a pro rata basis, according to Maximum

Daily Quantities, Maximum Daily Injection Quantity, or

Maximum Daily Withdrawal Quantity, as applicable.

Notwithstanding these provisions, no ISS Shipper shall

have a claim of priority on any day to quantities in

excess of the lesser of (i) Shipper's Maximum Daily

Quantity, Maximum Daily Injection Quantity or Maximum

Daily Withdrawal Quantity (as applicable), (ii)

Shipper's nomination, or (iii) two hundred percent

(200%) of the daily average quantities nominated by

Shipper for the two (2) most recent previous Months.


(d) Curtailment If, on any Day, Midwest determines that

the capacity of its system, or portion(s) thereof, is

insufficient to serve all storage requirements

scheduled for such Day, or to accept the quantities of

Gas tendered, capacity which requires allocation shall

be allocated so as to provide the service which is

feasible, in the reverse order of that prescribed for

scheduling, above.


4.4 Delivery of Gas. Midwest, subject to the other provisions

hereof, shall make daily delivery, to the extent

practicable, of Equivalent Quantities of Gas at the

Point(s) of Delivery after making adjustment for any prior

imbalances in deliveries.


4.5 Hourly Variation. Receipts and deliveries shall be made at

uniform hourly rates to the extent practicable.


4.6 Limitation on Obligation. Should the quantities of Gas

received from Shipper(s) by Midwest at the Point(s) of

Receipt exceed the Maximum Daily Quantity, or Maximum Daily

Injection Quantity, as applicable, Midwest shall notify

Shipper of such fact within 48 hours after such becomes

known, and Shipper shall seek to reduce deliveries to

Midwest forthwith. Midwest may attempt to store the gas

received, as provided in the applicable Rate Schedule. In

the event any such excess delivery would jeopardize the

safety of Midwest's operations and/or its ability to meet

its contract commitments to others, such decisions being

solely within the judgment and discretion of Midwest,

Midwest shall have the right to refuse to accept, without