Mississippi River Transmission Corp.
Original Volume No. 1-A
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Effective Date: 02/01/1990, Docket: GT90- 12-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 90 First Revised Sheet No. 90 : Effective
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 90
TRANSPORTATION SERVICE AGREEMENT
extent not inconsistent with effective law, Transporter shall have the
right to determine the priority and/or scheduling of the transportation
service under this Agreement and to revise its priority and/or
scheduling of this transportation service from time to time.
Section 2.3 - Transporter shall have the right at any time and
from time to time to file and place into effect unilateral changes or
modifications in the rates and charges, and other terms and conditions
of service hereunder, and as set forth in said Rate Schedule and in
said Transportation General Terms and Conditions, in accordance with
the Natural Gas Act or other applicable law.
Section 3.1 - Shipper may deliver or cause to be delivered to
Transporter at the Receipt Point(s) described in Exhibit A (or Exhibit
A-1 if applicable) to this Agreement, and Transporter agrees to accept
at such point(s) for transportation under this Agreement, quantities of
natural gas up to a Maximum Daily Transportation Quantity (MDTQ) of
MMBtu's per day. Transporter shall also receive at the
Receipt Point(s) a quantity of gas for Fuel Use and Loss gas if Shipper
elects to provide fuel in kind. A Maximum Receipt Point Quantity is
also specified in Exhibit A for each Transporter Receipt Point. For
firm service, the sum of all individual Maximum Receipt Point
Quantities shall not exceed MDTQ in the aggregate.
Section 3.2 - Transporter shall redeliver thermally equivalent
quantities, as defined in the Transportation General Terms and
Conditions, to Shipper, and Shipper agrees to accept delivery of such
quantities at the Delivery Point(s) described in Exhibit B. A Maximum
Delivery Point Quantity is also specified for each Transporter Delivery
Point in Exhibit B. For firm service, the sum of all individual
Maximum Delivery Point Quantities shall not exceed the aggregate of
thermally equivalent quantities.