Western Gas Interstate Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

 Contents / Previous / Next / Main Tariff Index

 

 

Effective Date: 06/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 53-003, Status: Effective

Revised Original Sheet No. 280 Revised Original Sheet No. 280 : Superseded

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

take action in coordination with Western's gas dispatchers.

However, Western will not assess balancing charges in the

event Shipper's failure to take corrective action is due to

Force Majeure, curtailment, or other unavailability of

capacity; and any period for such corrective action shall

be extended accordingly when Shipper is prevented by such

Force Majeure, curtailment or other unavailability of

capacity to take such corrective action.

 

In calculating quantities for the determination of charges

herein, Western shall take into consideration (1) Retention

Quantities, (2) make-up quantities delivered pursuant to

Western's notification to correct any excess or deficiency

in receipts and deliveries and (3) for purposes of

assessing balancing charges, any offsetting excess or

deficiency in receipts and deliveries at the affected

Receipt Point(s) and Delivery Point(s) under other Service

Agreements between Western and Shipper.

 

(a) Daily Scheduling Charges - If on any day Shipper

delivers to Western at the Receipt Point(s) quantities

which are in excess of ("Excess Deliveries") or

deficient by ("Deficient Deliveries") the greater of

50 MMBTU or 10 percent of the transportation

quantities scheduled by Western, Shipper shall have

forty eight hours after notification by Western, or

such other period of time as reasonably required by

Western to protect the integrity of its system, to

initiate corrective action at the affected Receipt

Point(s) and Delivery Point(s). In the event Shipper

fails to initiate the corrective action mutually

agreed upon by Shipper and Western's gas dispatchers

within the period agreed upon, Western shall charge

Shipper a Daily Scheduling charge of $0.10 per day per

MMBTU of Excess Deliveries or Deficient Deliveries,

for each day as long as the Excess Deliveries or

Deficient Deliveries exist, until Shipper brings its

cumulative imbalance within the 10 percent tolerance.