Ozark Gas Transmission, L. L. C.

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Effective Date: 10/01/2002, Docket: RP02-481-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 105 Third Revised Sheet No. 105 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 105

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

22. BALANCING OF TRANSPORTATION QUANTITIES.

It shall be the responsibility of the Shipper to control

and, if necessary, adjust deliveries of Natural Gas to

Transporter and receipts of transportation gas from

Transporter in order to maintain a daily balance of receipts

and deliveries. It is the intention of Transporter that

daily deliveries of Natural Gas by Transporter to Shipper

hereunder shall be approximately equal to daily receipts of

Natural Gas by Transporter from Shipper hereunder, less Fuel

Usage and Applicable Shrinkage. However, due to variations

in operating conditions, daily and monthly deliveries

hereunder by Transporter may be greater or less than

corresponding receipts of Natural Gas hereunder by

Transporter for transportation, less Fuel Usage and

Applicable Shrinkage.

Transporter 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 which may

occur unless corrective action is taken. Upon notification,

Shipper shall be obligated to adjust receipts and deliveries

of gas to correct or avoid any imbalance. Any adjustments

to receipts and deliveries by Shipper, whether or not

pursuant to notification from Transporter, shall be

coordinated with Transporter's gas dispatchers.

A Shipper may net its imbalances between its service

agreements. A Shipper may also trade imbalances with

another Shipper. Any trading of Shipper imbalances must

result in each Shipper's imbalance decreasing. If a Shipper

elects to trade an imbalance, it will authorize Transporter

to post information regarding the imbalance on its Internet

Website so that interested parties can contact such Shipper

to arrange a trade. If two Shippers agree to trade

imbalances, the trade will be executed on Transporter's

Internet Website; however, Shippers are responsible for

finalizing and documenting the financial details of such

trade, which will not be posted on Transporter's Internet

Website. Transporter will not be responsible for

eliminating any imbalances between Shipper and any third

party. Furthermore, Transporter will not be obligated to

adjust or deviate from its standard operating and accounting

procedures in order to correct or minimize any such

imbalances.

 

22.1 No-Notice Service (NNS) Service Monthly Balancing

Option

(a) An NNS Shipper must notify Transporter prior to

the beginning of the month of its election to use monthly

balancing option contained in this Section 22.1.