Viking Gas Transmission Company

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Effective Date: 06/01/1991, Docket: GT91- 25-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 81H Second Revised Sheet No. 81H : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 81H

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

 

transporting party making deliveries for Buyer's account. In the event there is

more than one Receipt Point under the affected Transportation Contract, and in the

absence of further information or until satisfactory further information is

received, the imbalance charge for Deficiency Gas shall be calculated as though the

imbalance occurred at each Receipt Point under the Transportation Contract in

proportion to the quantities of gas received by Seller at each Receipt Point. If on

any day Seller delivers for Buyer at a Delivery Point(s) quantities of gas which are

in excess of or deficient by the greater of 50 Dth or five percent (5%) of the

transportation quantities scheduled for Buyer, Seller shall have the right

forty-eight hours after notification to Buyer, or such lesser period of time as

reasonably required by Seller to protect the integrity of its system, to initiate

corrective action.

 

In the event Buyer fails to initiate the corrective action mutually agreed upon by

the Buyer and Seller's gas dispatchers within the period provided, Seller shall

charge Buyer $0.25 per Dth for any Receipts which are (a) in excess or deficient by

the greater of five percent or 50 Dth of Deliveries; provided, however, Seller shall

(i) retain any Receipts which are in excess of Deliveries by the greater of eight

percent or 50 Dth after such period has expired, at no cost and free and clear of

any adverse claims by any party or (ii) charge Buyer an amount equal to two times

the current estimated average cost of gas as reflected on Seller's effective Tariff

Sheet No. 6 for Receipts which are less than Deliveries by the greater of eight

percent or 50 Dth.

 

(b) Monthly Balancing: At least seven days prior to the end of each month Seller will

notify Buyer if it appears that Aggregate Receipts will be in excess of or deficient

by two percent (2%) or more of Aggregate Deliveries. In the event Buyer fails to

agree upon the appropriate corrective action to be implemented with Seller's gas

dispatchers within two business days after notification, and/or fails to implement

the corrective action agreed upon, Seller shall charge Buyer $0.25 per Dth for any

Receipts which are in excess or deficient by less than two percent of Deliveries;

provided, however, Seller shall (i) retain any overdeliveries in excess of two

percent of Deliveries remaining at the end of the month, at no cost and free and

clear of any adverse claims of any party or (ii) in the case of underdeliveries,

shall charge Buyer an amount equal to two times the current estimated average cost

of gas as reflected on Seller's effective Tariff Sheet No. 6, multiplied by the

underdeliveries of gas in excess of two percent of Deliveries. In the event there

is more than one Receipt Point under the affected Transportation Contract the

imbalance charge for underdeliveries at the Receipt Point(s) shall be calculated as

though the imbalance occurred at each Receipt Point under the Transportation

Contract in proportion to the quantities of gas received by Seller at each Receipt

Point. The appropriate corrective action shall, if required by Seller, include at

least forty-five (45) days for Buyer to eliminate the imbalance.