Williston Basin Interstate Pipeline Co.

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/2004, Docket: RP05- 6-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 286 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 286 : Effective

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 286

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

21. PAYMENTS (Continued)

 

Shipper shall cause such payment to be actually received by Transporter

on or before the first business day on which Transporter's Bismarck

offices are open prior to such due date. Shipper shall clearly identify

the invoice number on all payments.

 

21.2 Remedies for nonpayment: Should Shipper fail to pay all of the

amount of any bill as herein provided when such amount becomes due,

Shipper shall pay Transporter a late charge on the unpaid balance. Such

late charge shall accrue for each day beginning the thirteenth (13th)

day after the date of the invoice at the rate of interest prescribed by

§154.501 of the FERC's Regulations, or successor basis. Transporter

may, on a nondiscriminatory basis, exercise its right to waive all or

part of any late charge. Without prejudice to any other rights and

remedies available to Transporter under the law and the Service

Agreement, Transporter shall have the right to discontinue service under

this Tariff without obtaining additional prior approval from the FERC if

any charge billed Shipper remains unpaid for thirty (30) days after the

due date thereof; provided, however, prior to suspension Transporter

shall follow these notification procedures:

 

21.2.1 First Notice: On or about ten (10) days after the due

date of any payment, Transporter shall contact Shipper by

telephone or other routine communication means to advise that

unpaid bills may lead to suspension of service when more than

thirty (30) days past due;

 

21.2.2 Second Notice: On or about twenty (20) days after the

due date of any payment, Transporter shall notify Shipper by

written correspondence to advise that continued failure to pay

bills may lead to suspension of service when the bill becomes more

than thirty (30) days past due;

 

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