Mid Louisiana Gas Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 20-004, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 113 Original Sheet No. 113 : Effective




6.1 Pipeline shall have the right to curtail, interrupt, or

discontinue any service in whole or in part on all or any

portion of its system from time to time and at any time: (a)

for reasons of force majeure or when necessary to alleviate

conditions which in Pipeline's reasonable judgment threaten

the operational integrity of Pipeline's system or (b) to

perform routine maintenance, repairs, and regulatory

compliance activity, provided that Pipeline shall use due

diligence to schedule such activity so as to minimize

disruptions of service and shall endeavor to provide advance

notice of such interruptions to Customer.


6.2 Prior to Pipeline implementing the curtailment procedures set

forth in this Section 6, Pipeline shall be authorized to issue

an Operational Flow Order pursuant to Paragraph 5.9 in order

to maintain the operational integrity of the system. In the

event the issuance of an Operational Flow Order fails to

alleviate the conditions which threaten the integrity of

Pipeline's system, Pipeline shall be authorized to curtail

service to Customers pursuant to this Section 6.


6.3 Curtailment Procedures


(a) Curtailment of Transportation Capacity


In the event of a capacity constraint on all or any

portion of Pipeline's system, deliveries of gas shall be

curtailed in the following order:


(1) Scheduled service under Pipeline's interruptible

rate schedules shall be curtailed first

commencing with service being provided at the

minimum rate of Pipeline then in effect; next in

order shall be interruptible service being

provided at a rate that is greater than the

minimum rate of Pipeline then in effect,