Cimarron River Pipeline, LLC

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Effective Date: 09/01/2008, Docket: CP08-17-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 214 Original Sheet No. 214




11.5 Limitations on Transporter's Obligations to Provide Service:


(a) Transporter may reduce receipts or deliveries of natural

gas in conjunction with the throughput capacity under TSAs on part or all of

Transporter's system according to the above (1) to permit maintenance,

repairs, overhauls, replacements, or construction of pipelines, compressors,

metering, regulators, and other equipment; (2) to assure the availability of

capacity for receipts or deliveries and their equitable apportionment under

Transporter's Rate Schedules included in this Tariff, and (3) in cases where

gas does not conform to the quality specifications of this Tariff.

Transporter shall provide affected Shippers reasonable advance notice of

planned outages due to preventive maintenance, repairs, overhauls or



(b) If, as a result of one or more of the instances outlined in

Section 11.5(a), Transporter is unable to deliver the Scheduled Quantity,

then Transporter shall credit Shipper's account for the reservation charge

associated with the Scheduled Quantity that was not delivered.


11.6 Pre-Determined Allocations of Measured Quantities:


Unless otherwise specifically provided for in these General Terms and

Conditions, and except at points that have an OBA in effect, a pre-

determined allocation ("PDA") method of ranked, pro rata, percentage, swing,

or Receipt Point or Delivery Point Operator provided value may be agreed for

any Receipt or Delivery Point. The Receipt Point Operators and Delivery

Point Operators will provide the PDA method to Transporter after or during

confirmation and before the beginning of the gas Day. If the parties have

not agreed on a PDA method, pro rata volume allocations based upon confirmed

nominations will be used as the default method.