Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2010, Docket: RP10-689-000, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 369 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 369

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 369

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

12.4 Invoice, Payment and Late Charges.

 

(a) Invoice. On or before the ninth (9th) Business Day of each

Month, Transporter shall invoice Shipper for services provided

by Transporter during the preceding Month. Shipper shall pay

the invoiced amount within ten (10) days of the invoice date.

In order to be considered timely, any payments made by mail

must be received by Transporter on or before the date due.

Unless otherwise specified in an applicable Tariff, General

Terms and Conditions, or contract, the effective payment due

date of an invoice when such due date does not fall upon a

Business Day (as defined in NAESB Standard 3.2.1) should be the

first Business Day following the due date. (NAESB Standard

3.3.25)

 

(i) Invoices shall be deemed Rendered when Transporter posts

notification on its EBB that invoices are final. Shipper

may also access their invoices on the Xpress system or may

request to have invoices Rendered via U.S. Mail. If the

Shipper elects to have invoices Rendered via U.S. Mail,

then Shipper's invoice shall be deemed Rendered when

Transporter places such invoice in the U.S. Mail service

with sufficient postage for delivery to the person and

address designated pursuant to the applicable Service

Agreement.

 

(ii)A Shipper may request a complimentary e-mail notification

of posting of the invoice on the EBB, provided that it is

the Shipper's responsibility to maintain current e-mail

information with Transporter to ensure delivery.

 

(iii)A Shipper may elect to change its invoice delivery

mechanism by notifying Transporter before the end of the

month to be effective for the next billing cycle.