Viking Gas Transmission Company

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

Original Sheet No. 35 Original Sheet No. 35 : Superseded

 

 

 

 

RATE SCHEDULE LMS (Continued)

 

 

The Index Price shall be determined on a weekly and monthly basis. Each Weekly

Index Price shall equal the price of gas delivered to Transporter at Emerson,

Manitoba as published in the "Weekly Price Survey" of Gas Daily for such week. The

Weekly Index Price will be posted on Transporter's electronic bulletin board a

reasonable time after receipt of Gas Daily's "Weekly Price Survey". For purposes

of determining the cash out of imbalances in accordance with Schedules A and B

herein, the "Average Monthly Index Price" shall be the average of the Weekly Index

Prices determined during a given month.

 

If Gas Daily's "Weekly Price Survey" is no longer published, Transporter and

parties to OBAs shall meet to undertake to agree upon alternative spot price

indices.

 

A delivery point Operator or market aggregator which has OBAs in more than one rate

zone may net the monthly imbalances between such OBAs; provided however, that such

Operator or market aggregator shall pay to Transporter a charge equal to the

difference between the applicable daily reservation rates applied to any excess

quantities delivered in a downstream rate zone which are netted against quantities

not delivered in an upstream rate zone.

 

The amounts due hereunder shall be paid in accordance with Articles V and VI of the

General Terms and Conditions of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff; provided that

Transporter shall have the right, but not the obligation, to delay invoicing for

such matters until the 15th day of the second month following the month of

delivery.

 

(b) Access to Information - Upon request, and to the extent Transporter has electronic

measurement information available to it, Transporter will make available within one

business day the best information it has concerning the total physical deliveries at

applicable receipt and delivery points. Transporter will also make available by

electronic means the best information it has concerning the scheduled and allocated

receipts and deliveries at all of Operator's receipt and delivery points by the end of

the third business day after each production day. This information will include

electronic gas measurement data at meters where such data is utilized for billing

purposes (Electronic Data). Transporter will designate the points where Electronic Data

is available. Operators will be entitled to rely on the Electronic Data for purposes of

correcting imbalances during the month. Operators will not be entitled to rely on the

data from other receipt or delivery points for purposes of correcting imbalances during

the month and will be responsible for verifying the actual receipts and deliveries at

receipt and delivery points where no Electronic Data is available. Imbalances will be