Ozark Gas Transmission, L. L. C.

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2010, Docket: RP10-938-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 187 First Revised Sheet No. 187

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 187

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

(b) If Shipper has so requested, Transporter may accept other

forms of Financial Assurances to secure Shipper's

obligations under the Service Agreements, provided that

Transporter may reject or accept such other forms of

Financial Assurances in a manner that is not unduly

discriminatory; or

 

(c) Shipper shall prepay for service in an amount as set forth

immediately below, provided that such prepayments shall be

considered collateral held for security and not advance

payments for services and that Shipper may deposit its

prepayment funds into an interest-bearing escrow account

established by Shipper granting Transporter access to the

account for payment of services under Shipper's Service

Agreement(s).

 

The dollar value of the Financial Assurances set forth above in

this Section 30.9 to be provided by Shipper shall be in an amount

equal to: (1) in the case of firm services to be provided by

Transporter using existing facilities, reservation charges payable

at the rate specified in Shipper's request for service or Service

Agreement for a period of three (3) Months or the duration of

Shipper's request for service or Service Agreement, whichever is

shorter; (2) in the case of interruptible services, other than

under Rate Schedule TABS, to be provided by Transporter using

existing facilities, the interruptible charge(s) calculated on a

one hundred percent (100%) load factor basis payable for a period

of three (3) Months or the duration of the Shipper's Service

Agreement, whichever is shorter; (3) in the case of service under

Rate Schedule TABS, an estimated imbalance quantity of 5,000 Dth

per Month for three (3) Months multiplied by the average of

Transporter's cashout prices for the latest three (3) months; or

(4) for service that requires Transporter to construct new

facilities, an amount determined by Transporter prior to the start

of construction that is reasonable in light of the risks of the

construction project, not to exceed Shipper's proportional share

of the cost of the facilities to be constructed (which amount

shall be reduced as Shipper pays off the obligation for

construction of new facilities); plus, for each of (1), (2) and

(3), the market value of any quantities of Natural Gas loaned

pursuant to Shipper's Service Agreement.