Williston Basin Interstate Pipeline Co.

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/13/2009, Docket: RP09-356-001, Status: Effective

Sub. Fourth Revised Sheet No. 252A.03 Sub. Fourth Revised Sheet No. 252A.03

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 252A.03

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

15. BALANCING AND NOMINATION VARIANCE PROCEDURES (Continued)

 

15.19 Nomination Variance Penalties on variances between scheduled

and actual daily transportation receipts and/or deliveries shall be

reduced for the applicable daily quantities of Rate Schedule FTN-1 or

STN-1 service actually provided.

 

15.20 Balance exceptions: Transporter may, in the exercise of its

reasonable discretion, and on a nondiscriminatory basis, waive all or a

part of any cash-out, nomination variance, MDDQ Unauthorized Overrun, or

ADQ Unauthorized Overrun penalty which might otherwise apply.

Transporter shall maintain a record of all such waivers granted to an

affiliate. Such record shall include the basis for Transporter granting

the waiver and shall be posted on Transporter's Website.

 

15.21 Park and Loan Service Penalties:

 

15.21.1 Transporter shall impose penalties, pursuant to

Subsection 2.3.3 of Rate Schedule PAL-1, should Shipper(s) fail

to fully schedule and return a loaned quantity by the end of

the applicable holding period or pursuant to the notification

provisions of Subsection 2.5.3 for such loaned quantity.

 

15.21.2 Crediting of Park and Loan Penalty Revenues:

Transporter shall credit to Shipper(s) served under Rate

Schedule PAL-1, the net revenues received pursuant to

Subsection 2.3.3 of Rate Schedule PAL-1 in excess of the costs

incurred. Such revenues to be credited shall be calculated by

summing the revenues received for loaned quantities purchased

by Shipper(s) pursuant to this Rate Schedule, less the amount

paid by Transporter for the cost of any gas purchased by

Transporter to effectuate the loan, plus the negative amount of

any carryover amount from previous month(s). If the sum is

positive (net revenues exceed net costs) Transporter shall

credit such excess revenues to the applicable Shipper(s). If

the sum is negative (net revenues are less than net costs)

Transporter shall carry over such amount to the subsequent

month and include it in such subsequent month's calculation

until Transporter is made whole. The portion of any excess

revenues to be credited to a Shipper shall be based on the

ratio of each Shipper's applicable monthly loaned quantities to

the total applicable monthly loaned quantities for the month in

which the obligation(s) is incurred. The credit shall be

applied to each affected Shipper's monthly bill issued for