Oktex Pipeline Company

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Effective Date: 10/01/2002, Docket: RP02-472-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 21 Third Revised Sheet No. 21 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 21

28. Company Used Gas. "Company Used Gas" shall mean the Quantity of Gas, including compressor fuel, used

in the operations of the System. All Company Used Gas shall be deemed to have a Btu content per cubic foot

equal to the weighted average of all gas delivered to the System during any given time period (day, month,

year).

 

29. Unaccounted For Gas. "Unaccounted For Gas" shall mean the quantity of gas furnished by Shipper and

lost from the System during any given time period (day, month, year) which Quantity shall include, but shall

not be limited to, gas lost as a result of an event of force majeure, which gas cannot be reasonably

attributed to one or more Shippers. In the event that gas lost as a result of an event of force majeure can

be reasonably attributed by Transporter to any one or more Shippers, the Quantity therefore shall be deducted

in determining the Quantity of gas to be delivered to such Shippers and such deduction will not be considered

part of a Shipper's Pro Rata Share of Unaccounted For Gas. All Unaccounted For Gas during any given time

period (day, month, Year) shall be deemed to have a Btu content per cubic foot equal to the weighted average

of the Btu content of all gas received by Transporter during such time period.

 

30. Commission or FERC. The terms "Commission" or "FERC" shall mean the Federal Energy Regulatory

Commission or any successor regulatory agency.

 

31. Operator Inclusion. For purpose of these General Terms and Conditions, Transporter shall also

include any Operator of the System.

 

32. NAESB. North American Energy Standards Board.

 

 

II. PRESSURES, DELIVERY AND RECEIPT POINTS

 

1. Transporter shall make available to each Shipper one or more Receipt Points and one or more Delivery

Points, the exact number and location to be determined by mutual agreement between Transporter and Shipper.

The Receipt Point(s) at which Transporter will accept gas from Shipper or for Shipper's account shall be

those set forth on Schedule 1 appended to the Gas Transportation Contract(s) between Transporter and Shipper

or other mutually agreeable points. Such Schedule 1 shall also set forth the Maximum Input Quantity and

maximum and minimum delivery pressures applicable to each such Receipt Point. The Delivery Point(s) at which

Transporter will make gas available to or on behalf of Shipper shall be those set forth on Schedule 2

appended to the gas Transportation Contract(s) between Transporter and Shipper or other mutually agreeable

points. Such Schedule 2 shall also set forth the Maximum Equivalent Quantity and maximum and minimum

delivery pressure applicable to each such Delivery Point.

 

2. The delivery pressure of natural gas delivered to a Receipt Point shall not be less than the minimum

pressure set forth for the Receipt Point on the effective Schedule 1 appended to the Gas Transportation

Contract between Transporter and Shipper. Transporter shall not be obligated to accept gas at pressures

greater than the maximum delivery pressures set forth in Schedule 1.

 

3. Upon written consent of both Shipper and Transporter, the effective Schedule 1 appended to each Gas

Transportation Contract between Transporter and Shipper may be revised from time to time in order to reflect

mutual agreeable additions or deletions of Receipt Points or changes in the Maximum Input Quantities or

delivery pressures applicable to Receipt Points. Additions or deletions of Receipt Points and/or changes in

the Maximum Input Quantities or delivery pressures applicable to Receipt Points shall be considered new

transactions.

 

4. The delivery pressure of natural gas made available by Transporter to or on behalf of Shipper at a

Delivery Point shall not be less than the minimum pressure set forth for each Delivery Point on the effective

Schedule 2 appended to the Gas Transportation Contract between Transporter and Shipper. Transporter shall

not be obligated to make deliveries at pressures greater than those set forth in Schedule 2.