Dauphin Island Gathering Partners

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/23/1997, Docket: RP98- 17-000, Status: Effective

Substitute Original Sheet No. 12 Substitute Original Sheet No. 12 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 12

3. DELIVERY AND RECEIPT POINTS, PRESSURES, UNIFORM QUANTITIES

 

3.1 Receipt Point(s):

 

The Primary Receipt Point(s) on Transporter's MP Facility

shall be specified on Exhibit "A" to the FT-1 (MP)

Transportation Service Agreement.

 

3.2 Delivery Point(s):

 

The Primary Delivery Point(s) on Transporter's MP Facility

shall be specified on Exhibit "A" to the FT-1 (MP)

Transportation Service Agreement.

 

3.3 Pressures:

 

Shipper shall deliver gas to Transporter, and Transporter

shall deliver gas at each Delivery Point, at the pressures

as specified in the General Terms and Conditions of

Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff. In no event shall

Transporter or Shipper be required to install compression

to effect deliveries hereunder.

 

3.4 Uniform Quantities:

 

As nearly as practicable, Shipper shall deliver and receive

gas in uniform hourly quantities during any day.

 

4. RATES AND CHARGES

 

4.1 Applicable Rates:

 

The applicable rates for service under Rate Schedule FT-1

(MP) are the Maximum Reservation and Commodity Rates for

Rate Schedule FT-1 (MP) set forth on the applicable

currently effective sheets of Transporter's FERC Gas

Tariff; provided, however, upon notice to and concurrence

by Shipper, Transporter has the right at any time and from

time to time to adjust the rates applicable to any

transportation service under Rate Schedule FT-1 (MP) to any

level not less than the Minimum nor more than the Maximum

Rates established for this Rate Schedule and set forth on

the applicable currently effective sheets of Transporter's

FERC Gas Tariff. In the event that Transporter makes such

an adjustment, such adjusted rates (a) shall apply solely

to service on the Path(s) agreed upon by Transporter, and

(b) shall be applicable for the period agreed upon by

Transporter. Transporter shall file with the Commission

the required reports of any adjustments below the Maximum

Commodity and/or Reservation Rates for service under this

Rate Schedule. Shipper shall pay Transporter for costs

incurred by Transporter for the recovery of liquid

hydrocarbons from Shipper's gas by Transporter using

conventional gravity separation facilities during

transportation, the amount of $3.50 per barrel for each

barrel allocated to Shipper; a barrel shall equal 42 U.S.

gallons.