Ozark Gas Transmission, L. L. C.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2000, Docket: RP01- 10-000, Status: Suspended

First Revised Sheet No. 104A First Revised Sheet No. 104A : Suspended

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 104A

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

21. SCHEDULING PENALTIES.

 

Based upon the daily quantity scheduled to be received

by Transporter and such information as Transporter has

available concerning the quantity actually received,

Transporter shall make daily delivery of Shipper's

Equivalent Quantity after making adjustments for any

prior imbalance in deliveries. Transporter shall not

be obligated to receive or deliver quantities of

Natural Gas in excess of the quantities scheduled by

Shipper, nor shall Transporter be obligated to deliver

to Shipper at the Delivery Point(s) transportation

quantities in excess of the quantities scheduled by

Shipper. If on any Day Shipper delivers to Transporter

at the Receipt Point(s) quantities which are in excess

of or deficient by the greater of 50 Dths or ten

percent of the transportation quantities scheduled by

Shipper, Shipper shall have forty-eight (48) hours

after notification by Transporter, or such lesser

period as reasonably required by Transporter to protect

the integrity of its system, to initiate corrective

action. In the event Shipper fails to initiate the

corrective action mutually agreed upon by the Shipper

and Transporter's gas dispatchers within the period

provided, Transporter shall charge Shipper a penalty of

$1.00 per Dth multiplied by the excess quantity in the

event of over-deliveries, or $2.00 per Dth plus the

actual replacement cost multiplied by the deficiency

quantity in the event of under-deliveries. If on any

Day Shipper receives from Transporter at the Delivery

Point(s) quantities which are in excess of or deficient

by the greater of 50 Dths or ten percent (10%) of the

transportation quantities scheduled by Shipper, Shipper

shall have forty-eight (48) hours after notification by

Transporter, or such lesser period as reasonably

required by Transporter to protect the integrity of its

system, to initiate corrective action. In the event

Shipper fails to initiate the corrective action

mutually agreed upon by the Shipper and Transporter's

gas dispatchers within the period provided, Transporter

shall charge Shipper a penalty of $2.00 per Dth

multiplied by the excess quantity removed from the

system plus the actual replacement cost multiplied by

the excess quantity removed in the event Shipper takes

delivery of excess gas from the system, or $1.00 per

Dth multiplied by the quantity not removed from the

system as scheduled.