Rockies Express Pipeline LLC (Entrega)

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/05/2010, Docket: RP10-474-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 273 First Revised Sheet No. 273

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 273

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

36. OPERATIONAL PARAMETERS (Contd.)

 

36.12 REPORTING

 

Within 10 Business Days after a Critical Time Operational Flow

Order has been lifted, Transporter will post on its Internet

Website a report that describes the specific operational factors

that caused the Critical Time Operational Flow Order to be issued

and then lifted.

 

36.13 UNAUTHORIZED OVERRUN GAS

 

Transporter will notify Operators or Shippers by approximately the

15th of each Month of their level of Unauthorized Gas for the

preceding calendar Month. Transporter will post on its

Interactive Website, by approximately the 15th of each Month,

quantities of Unauthorized Gas in the preceding Month which cannot

be attributed to any party. Any Operator or Shipper who delivers

unscheduled Gas onto Transporter's System will be given sixty (60)

Days from the date Transporter provides notice to the Operator

that such Gas has been received, to deliver it off the System or

schedule it for delivery, or it will become the property of

Transporter at the end of the 60 Day period. If the party who

delivered such Gas onto Transporter's System is not known, the Gas

will become the property of Transporter sixty (60) Days after it

was received by Transporter. The realized value of any Gas

retained by Transporter pursuant to this Section 36.13 will be

credited back to Shippers pursuant to Section 37 of these General

Terms and Conditions. If any Operator or Shipper receives Gas off

of Transporter's System that is neither nominated nor confirmed,

the particular Rate Schedule's provisions shall apply.

 

37. CREDITING OF PENALTY CHARGES

 

37.1 This Section 37 establishes the procedures to be used by

Transporter to credit to Shippers Penalty Charges. "Penalty

Charges" shall include all Unauthorized Overrun Service Charges,

cashout penalties, Directional Notice penalties, Critical Time

Operational Flow Order penalties, IBS and PALS contract cashout

penalties received and the value of Gas retained pursuant to

Sections 20.7 and 36.13 of these General Terms and Conditions.

 

A. By June 1 of each Year, Transporter shall submit to the FERC

a reconciliation filing setting forth in detail the penalty

charges and related costs as of the preceding December 31,

and the allocation of any penalty charges and related costs

under this Section 37 to each Shipper.