T.W. Phillips Pipeline Corp.

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Effective Date: 01/01/2010, Docket: RP10-141-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 14 Original Sheet No. 14






This Rate Schedule IT is available to any Shipper, provided that:


1.1. Shipper has made a valid request for interruptible transportation service pursu-

ant to Section 6 of the General Terms and Conditions (“GT&C”) of this Tariff.


1.2. Transporter determines it has available capacity to render the interruptible

transportation service.


1.3. Any construction, acquisition, or expansion of facilities necessary to commence

and provide the interruptible transportation service has been completed. Trans-

porter shall not be obligated to add any facilities or to expand the capacity of

its system in order to provide transportation service to Shipper pursuant to this

Rate Schedule.


1.4. Shipper has executed an agreement pursuant to Rate Schedule IT (“IT Agreement”)

with Transporter.


1.5. Shipper has satisfied, and continues to satisfy throughout the term of the IT

Agreement, the creditworthiness criteria in Section 7 of the GT&C of this Tariff.





2.1. Transportation service hereunder will be interruptible, subject to the avail-

ability of capacity, to the provisions of an IT Agreement, and to the GT&C.


2.2. On each day during the term of the IT Agreement, Shipper shall be entitled to

request service hereunder subject to this Rate Schedule and the GT&C. Nomina-

tions for service shall be made pursuant to Section 8 of the GT&C.


2.3. Shipper’s Primary Receipt Point(s) and Primary Delivery Point(s) shall be

designated on Exhibit A to Shipper’s IT Agreement, as mutually agreed with Trans-

porter. Shipper’s total capacity at the Delivery Point(s) and Receipt Point(s)

shall not exceed Shipper’s Maximum Daily Quantity (“MDQ”). Shipper’s nominations

at these Receipt Point(s) and Delivery Point(s) shall be subject to the avail-

ability of capacity, and subject to the priorities set forth in Sections 9 and 10

of the GT&C.