Mississippi River Transmission Corp.

Original Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 07/01/1990, Docket: RP90-114-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 36 Second Revised Sheet No. 36 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 36







1. DEFINITIONS (Continued)


1.22 The term "Commission" shall mean the Federal Energy

Regulatory Commission or any agency or other governmental body or

bodies succeeding to, in the lawful exercise of that jurisdiction any

powers which are exercisable by the Federal Energy Regulatory

Commission, or any other regulatory body exercising jurisdiction over





2.1 Receipt Point(s)


(a) Pressure. Shipper shall use due care and diligence to

maintain such pressure at the Receipt Point(s) necessary to effect

delivery of the gas at whatever working pressures exist in

Transporter's system at such points from time to time; in no

event, however, shall Shipper tender gas for transportation at a

pressure greater than the maximum pressure specified for the

Receipt Point(s) in the Transportation Service Agreement.


(b) Constant Rates. Shipper shall deliver all gas for

transportation hereunder at uniform hourly rates as and when

operationally feasible throughout each day and throughout each



(c) Allocations


(i) For all purposes herein, for any quantity of gas

received by Transporter from or for the account of Shipper

at a Receipt Point that also serves as a point at which

Transporter is receiving gas purchased for its system

supply, and when Transporter is responsible for making

allocations at such Receipt Point, Transporter shall

allocate the quantity of gas flowing first through the

meter on each day in the following order unless agreed

otherwise by Transporter and Shipper: firm transportation,

interruptible transportation, firm gas purchased for

Transporter's system supply, interruptible gas purchased

for Transporter's system supply.