Williston Basin Interstate Pipeline Co.

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/11/2009, Docket: RP09-506-000, Status: Effective

Eighth Revised Sheet No. 234 Eighth Revised Sheet No. 234

Superseding: Seventh Revised Sheet No. 234

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

12. RECEIPT/DELIVERY POINTS (Continued)

 

12.2.3 For transactions associated with balancing, the point of

transfer shall be at the point at which the imbalance occurred.

 

12.3 The level of receipts and deliveries shall be limited by the

physical capability (maximum capacity) of each such point and upstream

and/or downstream pipeline capacity. The maximum capacity of each point

is listed on the Master Receipt/Delivery Point List provided by

Transporter via its Website. Transporter shall update this List as

information changes.

 

12.4 Receipts and/or deliveries at more than one point: When more

than one point(s) of receipt and/or delivery is designated, Shipper and

Transporter shall agree as to the maximum amount of gas to be received

or delivered at any time at each point(s) (which amounts may not exceed

the MDRQ and MDDQ specified for such point(s), each as adjusted pursuant

to the CAP). The allocation between point(s) of receipt and delivery of

gas to be transported shall be set forth in the Service Agreement.

 

12.4.1 Receipt(s) and/or delivery(ies) at one point to more

than one Shipper: When Transporter receives gas at a point(s) of

receipt or delivers at a point(s) of delivery for more than one

Shipper, unless otherwise agreed upon, the procedure for

apportioning the total measured delivery to each Shipper shall be

in accordance with Subsection 12.4.2.

 

12.4.2 Allocation of Receipts and Deliveries:

 

Notification of Allocation Rules: Upon receipt of a request from

Shipper, Transporter will notify Shipper which of the following

rules govern the allocation of Shipper's gas at Shipper's

requested receipt and delivery point(s).

 

12.4.2.1 Interconnecting Pipeline Operational Balancing

Agreement: If gas is to be received and/or delivered at

interconnections with other pipelines, Transporter may enter

into an Operational Balancing Agreement (OBA),