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Revised Original Sheet No. 283 Revised Original Sheet No. 283 : Superseded

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

(e) Balancing at Contract Termination - Following the

termination of the Transportation Service Agreement,

Shipper shall be required to correct any remaining

excess or deficiency in receipts and deliveries at the

affected Receipt Point(s) and Delivery Point(s) within

forty-five days after the determination by Western

that an excess or deficiency exists, or within such

longer period of time mutually agreed upon by Shipper

and Western. If after the forty-five day period,

Western determines that Shipper received

transportation quantities in excess of the quantities

delivered to Western at the Receipt Point(s), Western

shall charge Shipper an amount calculated in the same

manner as applicable to a Negative Imbalance. If after

the forty-five day balancing period, Western

determines that Shipper delivered to Western

quantities in excess of the quantities received at the

Delivery Point(s), Western shall purchase the excess

transportation quantities free and clear of any

adverse claims by any party for an amount calculated

in the same manner as applicable to a Positive

Imbalance.

 

19.4 Balancing of Transportation Quantities - It shall be the

responsibility of the Shipper to control and, if necessary,

adjust deliveries of gas to Western for transportation and

receipts of transportation gas from Western in order to

maintain a daily balance of receipts and deliveries.

Western shall not be obligated to receive or deliver gas in

excess of the transportation quantities scheduled by

Western's dispatchers, nor shall Western be obligated to

deliver to Shipper at the Delivery Point(s) transportation

quantities in excess of transportation quantities received

for Shipper at the Receipt Point(s) less Retention

Quantities. Western will monitor, to the best of its

ability, receipts and deliveries for each transportation

transaction and, based upon information available, advise

the Shipper of any imbalance situation which has occurred

or may occur unless corrective action is taken. Upon

notification, Shipper shall be obligated to adjust receipts

and deliveries of transportation gas to correct or avoid

any imbalance. Any adjustment to receipts and deliveries