B-R Pipeline Company

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2004, Docket: RP04-224-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 66 Original Sheet No. 66 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

13. OPERATING CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

13.6 Records of Scheduled Quantities. Transporter shall keep accurate

records of the quantities of gas nominated and scheduled for transpor-

tation, and any imbalances, which records shall be made available to

Receiving Party or Shipper upon request. If Receiving Party's gas is

commingled with other gas at the point of receipt or at the point of

delivery, the scheduling arrangements and Transporter's records shall

include procedures for the allocation of the total quantity at such

points. See Section 14 of the General Terms and Conditions.

 

13.7 Arrangements Prior to Receipt and After Delivery. It shall be

Shipper's obligation to make arrangements with other parties for

delivery of gas into Transporter's system at the Receipt Point(s) and

for the receipt of gas after transportation at the Delivery Point(s).

Shipper shall be obligated in such arrangements to require dispatching

and operating coordination with Transporter and access to appropriate

charts and records. Such arrangements shall not be accepted by

Transporter unless found to be satisfactory by Transporter. Shipper

shall pay for any and all third party services including, but not

limited to compression, processing, gathering, transportation or

assigned nominating and balancing responsibilities or services.

 

13.8 Operating Information and Estimates. Upon request of Transporter,

Shipper shall from time to time submit its best estimates of the daily,

monthly and annual volumes of gas to be transported, including peak day

requirements, together with such other operating data as Transporter may

require in order to schedule its operations.

 

13.9 System Operations. Transporter shall not be required

to compress transportation gas into its pipeline, lower its system

operating pressure, alter the direction of gas flow, or alter other

operation or utilization of its facilities or otherwise change its

normal pipeline operations in order to receive, transport or deliver gas

hereunder.

 

13.10 Receipt and Delivery Points. Refer to Section 2 of the General

Terms and Conditions for operating procedures and pressures at receipt

and delivery points. Once confirmed as outlined in Section 13.1,

service to an alternate receipt and/or delivery point shall have the

same priority of service rights as a primary receipt and/or delivery

point.

 

13.11 Lost and Unaccounted-For Gas.

In addition to the payments for transportation, Shipper shall reimburse

Transporter for Shipper's pro rata share of lost and unaccounted for gas.