Mississippi River Transmission Corp.

Original Volume No. 1-A

 Contents / Previous / Next / Main Tariff Index



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

Second Revised Sheet No. 37 Second Revised Sheet No. 37 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 37










(ii) In the event that gas is received in a

commingled stream with other transportation gas at the

Receipt Point(s), Transporter shall have the sole right to

allocate that portion of the commingled stream to Shipper

or for its account attributable to the transportation

service provided under the Transportation Service

Agreement. If a third party provides daily and/or monthly

allocation of commingled volumes at any Receipt Point(s)

that is acceptable to Transporter, Shipper agrees that such

allocation represents a binding commitment on behalf of

Shipper. Transporter may require Shipper or Shipper's

designee to furnish an allocation statement setting forth

the respective volumes of the total quantity of gas

received by Transporter at or upstream of the Receipt

Point(s) which were delivered by Shipper and each of such

other parties from whom Transporter received gas at such



2.2 Delivery Point(s)


(a) Pressure. Transporter shall tender for delivery and

Shipper shall receive the gas at whatever working pressures are

maintained in Transporter's system at the Delivery Point(s) from

time to time. In no event, however, shall Transporter be

obligated to tender for delivery or shall Shipper be obligated to

receive gas at a pressure greater than the maximum pressure

specified in the Transportation Service Agreement.


(b) Constant Rates. Transporter shall tender and Shipper

shall receive gas transported hereunder at uniform hourly rates as

and when operationally feasible throughout each day and throughout

each month.