Stingray Pipeline Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 81-006, Status: Effective

Substitute Original Sheet No. 112 Substitute Original Sheet No. 112 : Effective





(g) The Firm Receipt and Delivery Points define the

firm path(s), including the direction of flow for the firm path(s).

Shippers may nominate service at Interruptible Points so that the

direction of flow is the same as or the opposite from the firm path

direction of flow. However, if the firm path direction of flow is

physically a backhaul on a day, a nomination for service that would

require a physical forward haul shall be treated as being outside

the firm path on that day.




Service at the pooling point shall be governed by

Section 7 of these General Terms and Conditions. To determine the

volumes which can be accommodated at the pooling point, Stingray

shall evaluate the capacity available both: (1) upstream and at

Receipt Points for gas tendered pursuant to the Agreement(s) under

which gas is nominated for delivery to the pooling point; and (2)

downstream and at Delivery Points under the Agreement(s) pursuant to

which gas is nominated to be received from the pooling point. Gas

shall not be confirmed at the pooling point to the extent capacity

constraints exist which affect any such receipts or deliveries,

applying the priorities set out elsewhere in this Section.




This Section 3.7 governs the priority for scheduling and

curtailing interruptible and overrun services, other than

Interruptible Point services within MDQ under firm Agreements. All

interruptible services shall have equal priority for capacity in

accordance with the procedures set out in this Section. As used in

this Section, the term "interruptible" includes all authorized

overrun services under both firm and interruptible Agreements.


(a) Stingray's interruptible transportation service

shall be provided to the extent capacity is available after

scheduling services with higher priority as provided in Section 3.3.

Stingray may decline to schedule and/or may curtail interruptible

service for any of the following reasons:


(1) If Shipper tenders gas which does not conform

to the applicable pressure or quality requirements of these General

Terms and Conditions;


(2) For reason of Force Majeure;