Cheyenne Plains Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 07/26/2010, Docket: RP10-876-000, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 279A Second Revised Sheet No. 279A
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 279A
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
10. IMBALANCE MANAGEMENT
10.2 Imbalance Management and Operating Tolerances (Continued)
(e) Third Party Imbalance Management Services. Transporter shall
accommodate third-party imbalance management services on a
non-discriminatory basis as long as these services comply with
applicable NAESB WGQ Standards and do not adversely impact
system operations. Criteria for third-party services will
include compliance with NAESB WGQ nomination and confirmation
time lines, and meeting Transporter credit requirements
appropriate for the quantity of Shipper imbalance gas for
which such third party may be responsible.
(f) Imbalances with Other Parties. Transporter shall not be
responsible for eliminating any imbalances between Shipper and
any third party, including imbalances between local
distribution companies and/or specific end users.
Furthermore, Transporter shall not be obligated to deviate
from its standard operating and accounting procedures in order
to reduce or eliminate any such imbalances.
(g) Balancing Upon Termination. Upon termination of the TSA, any
imbalance shall be eliminated through the procedures set forth
in this section.
(i) Shipper shall have the first five calendar days of the
month following the TSA termination date to resolve the
terminated TSA imbalance pursuant to this Section 10.3.
(ii) Any remaining imbalance at the end of the five-day
period of the month following the TSA termination date
will be cashed out to eliminate the remaining balance in
accordance with Section 10.4(b).
(iii) Cash out of terminated TSA imbalances will not be
required if a resolution to the imbalance is mutually
agreed to in writing prior to the end of the five-day
period of the month following the TSA termination date.
Any such written imbalance resolution will be agreed to
on a not unduly discriminatory basis and posted on
(h) Inactive TSA Imbalances. An Inactive TSA is defined as any
TSA with an imbalance that has remained unchanged for a three
consecutive month period. Any such Inactive TSA imbalance
quantity will be cashed out in accordance with Section
10.4(b). Transporter will provide notice to the Inactive TSA
Shipper 15 days prior to the pending cash out.