Oktex Pipeline Company

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Effective Date: 09/01/2005, Docket: RP05-511-000, Status: Effective

Tenth Revised Sheet No. 30 Tenth Revised Sheet No. 30 : Effective

Superseding: Ninth Revised Sheet No. 30

6. Fuel reimbursement. (Refer to NAESB Standards 1.3.15 and

1.3.16).

7. Pooling. (Refer to NAESB Standards 1.3.17, 1.3.18, 1.3.20-77, and 1.3.79).

8. Allocations and flowing gas procedures. (Refer to NAESB

Standards 2.3.2 through 2.3.8, 2.3.10 through 2.3.15, 2.3.17-23,

2.3.25-35, and 2.3.40-64). PDA data elements should be standardized. List of

allocation methodology types agreed upon:

Ranked, Pro Rata, Percentage, and Swing.

9. Balancing. It is recognized that the Parties are unable

to control exactly the quantity of gas received and delivered

hereunder on any day and that the receipts and deliveries by

Transporter may vary above or below the quantity scheduled on

any day. Such variations shall be kept to a minimum permitted by

operating conditions and shall be balanced at the Point(s) of

Receipt and/or Delivery as soon as practicable. Upon termination

of the service agreement, any then existing imbalance between

receipts by Transporter from Shipper, less Shipper's Pro Rata

Share of Company Used Gas and Unaccounted For Gas and

Transporter's deliveries to Shipper or for Shipper's account,

shall be brought into balance within sixty (60) days of the

termination of the contract Transporter shall not be obligated to

deliver to Shipper on any day a greater quantity of gas than

it has received from Shipper on such day, reduced by Shipper's

Pro Rata Share of any Company Used Gas and Unaccounted

For Gas.

10. Transporter shall keep accurate records of the quantities

of gas scheduled for transportation and any imbalances, which

records shall be made available to Shipper at its request.

11. For Data Dictionary Standards Refer to NAESB Standards

1.4.1 through 1.4.7, 2.4.1 through 2.4.16)

12. A Shipper which has been awarded firm capacity in a

capacity release may submit a nomination using such capacity

at the earliest available nomination opportunity pursuant to NAESB

standard 1.3.2..If transporter requires a replacement shipper to

enter into a contract, the contract must be issued within

one hour after the pipeline has been notified of the release.

XI. OTHER OPERATING CONDITIONS

1. In no event shall Transporter be required to accept a

request for transportation service for a quantity of gas which

Transporter cannot meter with reasonable accuracy at the

Receipt or Delivery Points for which Shipper is requesting

service. If Shipper's request for transportation service involves

a quantity which Transporter cannot meter with reasonable

accuracy at the requested Receipt or Delivery Point, Transporter

will promptly so inform Shipper and advise Shipper of the

minimum quantity that can be metered with reasonable

accuracy at the proposed Receipt and Delivery Points