Williston Basin Interstate Pipeline Co.
Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 08/01/1997, Docket: RP97-410-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 34 First Revised Sheet No. 34 : Effective
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 34
RATE SCHEDULE FT-1
FIRM TRANSPORTATION SERVICE (Continued)
8. CONDITIONS OF SERVICE
8.1 To qualify for service pursuant to this Rate Schedule, a
potential Shipper shall make a request for transportation
service pursuant to the provisions of Section 7 of the General
Terms and Conditions.
8.2 Shipper may be required periodically to update the credit
information originally provided in the Transportation/Storage
Service Request Form.
8.3 Shipper shall have sole responsibility for all arrangements
necessary for delivery of natural gas to Transporter at the
receipt point(s) for transportation, and for all arrangements
necessary for the receipt of gas at the delivery point(s).
9. OTHER OPERATING PROVISIONS
9.1 For planning purposes, Transporter may, from time to time,
request estimates from Shipper of the annual quantities,
average daily quantities, and/or peak day quantities that
Shipper intends to have transported hereunder. In the event
that such a request is made, Shipper shall reply in writing
within 45 days of the request.
9.2 Transporter may request other planning information as needed
from time to time and Shipper shall comply with all reasonable
10. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The General Terms and Conditions contained in Transporter's Tariff,
except as modified in the Service Agreement, are applicable to this
Rate Schedule and are hereby made a part hereof.
11. CONTRACT PATH
11.1 For purposes of this Rate Schedule, unless otherwise agreed to
in writing in the Service Agreement, the contract path
applicable to transportation service hereunder is that path on
the pipeline that has the shortest pipeline distance between
the point at which the gas is received and the delivery point
to which such gas is to be transported, which contract path
shall be specified in the Service Agreement. Within this path,
the direction of flow of the gas for contractual purposes shall
be from the receipt point to the delivery point.