Ozark Gas Transmission, L. L. C.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1998, Docket: CP98-266-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 77 Original Sheet No. 77 : Effective

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

such failure by treatment or dehydration consistent with

prudent operations and by means which are economically

feasible in Transporter's opinion so as to deliver

Natural Gas conforming to the above specifications,

Shipper may at its option suspend acceptance of delivery

of all or a portion of the gas transported under such

Service Agreement and it shall be relieved of its

obligations hereunder to the extent of rightful

suspension, for the duration of such time as the gas does

not meet such specifications.

 

5. RECEIPT AND DELIVERY PRESSURE

 

5.1 Pressure at Point(s) of Receipt. Shipper shall deliver,

or cause to be delivered, the Natural Gas at the Point(s)

of Receipt at a pressure sufficient to allow the Natural

Gas to enter Transporter's lines at the working pressure

therein from time to time; provided, however, that

Shipper shall not, except by mutual agreement, be

required or permitted to deliver the Natural Gas at the

Point(s) of Receipt at a pressure in excess of 1,200

psig.

 

5.2 Pressure at Point(s) of Delivery. Transporter shall

deliver, or cause to be delivered, the Natural Gas to or

for the account of Shipper at the Point(s) of Delivery at

a pressure specified in the applicable Service Agreement.

 

6. BILLING

 

6.1 Invoices. On or before the ninth (9th) Business Day of

each Month, Transporter shall render to Shipper an

invoice setting forth a statement of the transportation

charge and the total amount due for transportation

provided under an executed Service Agreement for gas

received from Shipper during the preceding Month, a

statement of account and an imbalance statement. For

purposes of this provision, the term "Rendered" is

defined as postmarked, time stamped, or delivered to the

Designated Site. Such invoice shall be deemed to have

been duly delivered and thereby received on the third

Business Day following the date on which same was

deposited in the United States mail, or if mailed on the

date and time of confirmation of receipt, if transmitted

by facsimile or by electronic mail or EDI to the

Designated Site. Transporter shall accompany such

invoice with a schedule showing volumes of Natural Gas,

in Mcf, and Heating Content, in Dth, received, Equivalent

Quantities delivered, and any imbalance statement. When

information necessary for billing