Carnegie Interstate Pipeline Company

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/01/1995, Docket: CP93-552-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 120 Original Sheet No. 120 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 120




18.2 (Continued)


(2) To the extent that the

quantity of gas required to meet such

emergency situation exceeds such Customer's

firm contractual rights hereunder.


18.3 Curtailment Compliance


(a) Without regard to any other remedy

provided by law or by the provisions hereof,

CIPCO shall be entitled to seek an order from

the FERC or any other appropriate tribunal

requiring compliance with curtailment or

interruption ordered by CIPCO in compliance with

this Section 18 or any directive from any

governmental authority having jurisdiction.


(b) All quantities tendered to CIPCO

and/or taken by Customer in violation of CIPCO's

curtailment or interruption orders shall

constitute unauthorized receipts or deliveries

for which a charge of $25.00/Dth shall be

assessed, in addition to all other charges;

provided however, charges assessed under this

Section 18.3(b) shall not be assessed

cumulatively on the same quantities of gas as

charges assessed under Section 18.2(c). CIPCO

shall provide Customer reasonable notice of such

curtailment or interruption orders and shall be

permitted three (3) hours, or such lesser time

as is required to protect the integrity of

CIPCO's system, to reduce its tenders or takes

in compliance with the curtailment or

interruption orders. If Customer adjusts its

tenders or takes within such notice period, no

charge, as provided for herein, shall be



(c) Revenues received by CIPCO which are

attributable to curtailment penalties under this

Section 18.3 incurred by any affiliated Customer

of CIPCO shall be credited to each non-

affiliated firm transportation Customer of

CIPCO pro rata based on the proportion each such

Customer's MDTQ bears to 85,000 Dth/day.