Western Gas Interstate Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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

Revised Original Sheet No. 282 Revised Original Sheet No. 282 : Superseded

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

day for each MMBTU of cumulative imbalance over the 10

percent limit until the cumulative imbalance is

brought within the limit.

 

If after 90 days any cumulative imbalance in excess of

the ten percent limit remains, Western shall either:

 

i) charge Shipper for a Negative Imbalance,

including applicable Retention Quantities, at a

rate equal to 150% of the spot market commodity

rate applicable for that Division, as required to

bring the cumulative imbalance to within the 10

percent limit.

 

ii) purchase the Positive Imbalance from Shipper,

free and clear of any adverse claims by any

party, at a rate equal to 75% of the spot market

commodity charge hereinabove referenced, as

required to bring the cumulative imbalance to

within the 10 percent limit.

 

Imbalances for any month that become apparent after

the time for notice has expired shall be considered as

an imbalance for the month following the month in

which the imbalance became apparent.

 

(d) Unauthorized Receipts Charge - Unauthorized receipts

are takes of transportation gas by Shipper at the

Delivery Point(s) prior to execution of a Service

Agreement or submission and scheduling of a Nomination

as provided in Sections 17, 19.1 and 19.2 above. For

any unauthorized receipts, Western shall assess a

charge equal to two times the maximum interruptible

transportation commodity charge that would have been

applicable to Shipper's service were it a customer

under Western's Transportation Rate Schedules.

Further, such unauthorized receipts shall be

considered a Negative Imbalance pursuant to this

Section 19.