ANR Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2006, Docket: RP06-613-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 136 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 136 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 136

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

If the adjustment results in an increase in the

measured quantity, such operator shall pay Transporter

an amount equal to the product of the adjustment

quantity times the one hundred percent (100%) Cashout

Price for the Service Month to which the adjustment

applies. If the adjustment results in a decrease in

the measured quantity, Transporter shall pay such

operator an amount equal to the product of the

adjustment quantity times the one hundred percent

(100%) Cashout Price for the Service Month to which

the adjustment applies. Provided, however, that

Transporter and the operator of the Delivery Point may

agree to resolve the adjustment with Gas in-kind.

 

(d) Flash Gas shall be treated as a prior period

adjustment. Transporter shall pay each operator, that

submits a valid and verifiable statement to

Transporter for quantities of Flash Gas, an amount (as

full consideration, inclusive of taxes and any other

amounts) equal to the product of the Flash Gas

quantity times the one hundred percent (100%) Cashout

Price for the Service Month to which the Flash Gas

applies.

 

14.5 Determination of PTR. PTR shall be determined each Day as

the difference between (a) the gross metered quantity at the

inlet meter of the processing plant, and (b) the gross

metered quantity at the outlet meter of the processing plant.

 

14.6 Trespass Gas. Gas that is received by Transporter during a

Service Month at a Receipt Point, for which there is no valid

nomination, shall be considered Trespass Gas. If Transporter

receives Trespass Gas during a Service Month, it shall post

such fact on GEMStm, including the location and quantity of

such Trespass Gas, for a period of ninety (90) Days after the

end of the Service Month. The owner of such Trespass Gas may

claim such Gas by informing Transporter in writing of such

fact and by having the ownership verified by the operator of

the facilities upstream of the Receipt Point. Upon receiving

a valid claim of ownership, Transporter shall first give the

claimant the opportunity to move the Gas off of Transporter's

Pipeline System upon payment of the applicable transportation

charges that shall consist of interruptible transportation

service into storage, interruptible storage service, and

transportation service to claimant's Delivery Point.

Alternatively, the claimant may request payment of an amount

(as full consideration, inclusive of taxes and any other