Ozark Gas Transmission, L. L. C.

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Effective Date: 10/01/2001, Docket: RP00-408-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 107 First Revised Sheet No. 107 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 107

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

24. UNAUTHORIZED DELIVERY IMBALANCE CHARGE.

Unauthorized deliveries are deliveries of gas made to

Transporter at the Receipt Point(s) prior to the

execution of an FTS, ITS or PAL Service Agreement or

submission of the Shipper Nominations Form provided in

Transporter's General Terms and Conditions. Except in

those circumstances in which the integrity of

Transporter's system is threatened, Transporter shall

provide Shipper with prompt notification (either by

telephone or by facsimile) of such unauthorized

deliveries, including the system conditions and

specific response required, and Shipper shall have

twenty four (24) hours after said notification to

initiate corrective action. If Shipper has not

initiated such corrective action within such twenty

four hour period, and such corrective action is

necessary to prevent impairment of reliable service,

Transporter shall assess a penalty equal to $5.00 per

Dth multiplied by the unauthorized deliveries. Where

system integrity is threatened, Transporter shall have

the right to take such action as is necessary to

terminate such deliveries without any liability to

Transporter. Any penalties collected by Transporter

pursuant to this Section, net of costs, shall be

subject to Transporter's penalty revenue crediting

mechanism set forth in Section 23 of these General

Terms and Conditions.

25. BALANCING AT CONTRACT TERMINATION.

Following the termination of any Service Agreement with

Transporter, Shipper shall be required to correct any

remaining imbalances within thirty (30) Days after the

determination by Transporter that an imbalance exists, or

within such longer period of time mutually agreed upon by

Shipper and Transporter. If, after the balancing period,

Transporter determines that Shipper received from

Transporter quantities in excess of the quantities delivered

to Transporter by Shipper at the Receipt Point(s),

Transporter shall charge Shipper the actual replacement cost

multiplied by such deficiency quantity at the Receipt

Point(s). If, after the balancing period, Transporter

determines that Shipper received from Transporter quantities

that were less than the quantities delivered to Transporter

by Shipper at the Receipt Point(s), Transporter shall have

the right to remove excess gas from its system in any manner

deemed appropriate; provided however, that Transporter will

select methods to remove such excess gas on a

non-discriminatory basis and Transporter shall pay to

Shipper any actual proceeds from sale of such excess gas.

Nothing in this Section shall limit Transporter's right to

take actions as may be required to adjust receipts and

deliveries of gas in order to alleviate conditions which

threaten the integrity of its system. Transporter shall

have the right to waive the provisions of this Section;

provided, however, that any such waivers granted by

Transporter shall be granted,