Viking Gas Transmission Company

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 52-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 33 Original Sheet No. 33 : Superseded

 

 

 

 

RATE SCHEDULE LMS (Continued)

 

(b) An OBA Operator electing Daily Demand Service shall pay the daily overrun charges for

that portion of a daily variance that exceeds 5% of the scheduled volumes plus the DDQ

specified in its OBA. An OBA Operator electing Daily Demand Service may also be subject

to an unauthorized overrun charge for quantities above the daily limitation as set forth

in Section 5.

 

(c) An OBA Operator not electing Daily Demand Service shall pay daily overrun charges for

that portion of a daily variance that exceeds 5% of the scheduled volumes. An OBA

Operator may also be subject to an unauthorized overrun charge for quantities above the

daily limitation as set forth in Section 5.

 

(d) Based upon the best information available, Operator shall take action to correct any

imbalances occurring during the month by making adjustments in nominations, receipts or

deliveries. If Operator fails to take such corrective action, then Transporter may,

upon 48 hours notice, adjust Operator's scheduled receipts and deliveries over the

remainder of the calendar month in order to maintain a balance of receipts, deliveries

and nominations.

 

5. Unauthorized Overrun

 

On any day when a delivery point operator takes gas in excess of the daily limit established

under an Operational Flow Order applicable to a delivery point(s) or a receipt point operator

delivers gas in excess of the daily limit established under an Operational Flow Order

applicable to a receipt point(s), such operator shall be subject to an unauthorized overrun

charge of fifteen dollars ($15.00) for each dekatherm of excess volumes taken or delivered

beyond a two percent allowable variation. The daily limit shall be the adjusted maximum

daily quantity applicable to a specified receipt or delivery point(s) pursuant to the

Operational Flow Orders under Article VIII of the General Terms and Conditions of

Transporter's Tariff, as notified to operator.

 

6. Monthly Imbalances

 

(a) Operator's monthly imbalance shall be the net total of daily variances from all points

covered by the OBA. Unless Transporter and Operator mutually agree to correct the

imbalance in kind on a nondiscriminatory basis, each month Transporter and Operator

shall "cash out" any imbalance between scheduled nominations at receipt points covered

by a receipt point OBA and between deliveries and scheduled nominations at delivery

points covered by a delivery point OBA. Transporter shall divide the monthly imbalance

by the sum of the scheduled nominations for all days of the month for all points covered

by the OBA to determine the monthly imbalance to be cashed out as set forth below: