Energy West Development, Inc.

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Effective Date: 06/11/2010, Docket: RP10-732-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 40 Second Revised Sheet No. 40

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 40

 

General Terms and Conditions

 

 

5. CURTAILMENT

 

In the event that System Capacity becomes inadequate to provide previously scheduled

service, Transporter shall curtail service as follows:

 

(a) First, Transporter shall curtail Authorized Overrun Quantities and service to

those Shippers receiving service under the IT Rate Schedule in the order of the

unit rate at which the service is being performed, beginning with the unit rate

that represents the lowest percentage of the maximum applicable rate. Transporter

shall allocate capacity among Shippers paying the same rate on a first-come,

first-served basis in accordance with the date on which service was requested.

Among Shippers having the same first-come, first served priority, service will be

curtailed pro rata on the basis of scheduled quantities; and

 

(b) Second, Transporter shall curtail service to Shippers receiving service under the

FT Rate Schedule pro rata on the basis of Maximum Transportation Quantities.

 

6. BALANCING AND CONTRACT OVERRUNS

 

6.1 Shipper's Obligations.

 

(a) Shipper shall endeavor to monitor and, if necessary, adjust deliveries and

receipts of Gas in order to maintain a daily balance of deliveries and

receipts. Transporter shall not be obligated to receive Gas in excess of

the Scheduled Input Quantities, nor shall Transporter be obligated to

deliver to Shipper at the Delivery Point(s) quantities in excess of

Scheduled Equivalent Quantities. Shipper shall maintain receipts at levels

at or below the Maximum Input Quantities (as adjusted for the L & U

Percentage) and its Maximum Equivalent Quantities. Transporter will

monitor, to the extent practicable, deliveries and receipts for each

Transportation transaction and, based upon information available, advise

Shipper of any imbalance situation which has occurred or may occur unless

corrective action is taken. Upon notification, Shipper shall endeavor to

adjust deliveries and receipts to avoid any imbalance. Any adjustment to

deliveries and receipts by Shipper, whether or not pursuant to

notification from Transporter, shall be coordinated with Transporter and

shall be in accordance with the nomination and scheduling procedures set

forth in Section 4 of the General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff.

 

(b) If Shipper fails to maintain a balance of deliveries and receipts,

inaccurately schedules deliveries and receipts, or exceeds its Maximum

Input Quantity or its Maximum Equivalent Quantity, then, in addition to

all other charges owing, Transporter shall impose all of the applicable

imbalance, scheduling and overrun charges set forth in this Section, as

applicable.

 

6.2 Scheduling Penalty.

 

(a) Receipt Point Scheduling. If on any day Shipper delivers a quantity of

Gas to Transporter at any Receipt Point which exceeds or falls short of

the Scheduled Input Quantity for such Receipt Point by the greater of ten

percent or 400 Dth, then for all quantities in excess of or which fall

short of the Scheduled Input Quantity by more than the greater of ten

percent or 400 Dth of the Scheduled Input Quantity for such Receipt Point,

Shipper shall pay Transporter a penalty equal to the maximum IT Rate

Schedule rate.