Natural Gas Pipeline Company Of America

Second Revised Volume No. 2

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Effective Date: 02/01/1995, Docket: RP93- 36-011, Status: Effective

Eleventh Revised Sheet No. 1879 Eleventh Revised Sheet No. 1879 : Effective

Superseding: 2nd Sub Tenth Revised Sheet No. 1879

RATE SCHEDULE X-134

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6.6 Transporter shall deliver or cause to be delivered to Columbia,

or for its account, at the Transporter Redelivery Point each day the

volumes of gas, if any, to which Columbia shall be entitled in accordance

with the provisions of this Agreement; provided, however, if Columbia is

unable to accept delivery of the gas, Transporter, at its election, may

suspend receipt of additional volumes of gas until Columbia resumes

acceptance of gas at the Transporter Redelivery Point; and further

provided, unless otherwise mutually agreed, balancing of gas deliveries

received and redelivered by Transporter hereunder shall be accomplished

by either increasing or decreasing gas deliveries at the Transporter

Redelivery Point, whichever is appropriate to achieve a zero balance. It

is recognized, however, that it may be physically impossible to stay in

zero balance with respect to such deliveries. Therefore, the parties

hereto shall undertake to balance each month, on a Btu basis, the

quantities of natural gas delivered for transportation pursuant to this

Agreement. Any monthly Btu delivery imbalance shall be carried forward

to the next month and such imbalance shall be eliminated, on a best

efforts basis, as quickly as possible, but in any event the parties shall

endeavor to eliminate any imbalance within sixty (60) days following the

month the imbalance occurred. Upon the termination of this Agreement,

the party owing gas to the other hereunder shall tender for delivery at

the points herein designated, the amount of such deficiency within thirty

(30) days from the date of such termination.

 

ARTICLE VII

TRANSPORTATION RATES

 

7.1 Commencing on the date all facilities on Transporter's system

necessary to perform the transportation service described herein are

certificated and operational, Columbia shall pay Transporter monthly for

the service rendered pursuant to Paragraph 1.1 of Article I, a

transportation demand charge equal to $8.90 for the period November

through March and $7.68 for the period April through October times the

Demand Quantity; and a commodity charge equal to $.0207 per MMBtu for the

period November through March and $.0157 per MMBtu for the period April

through October times the actual volumes received by Transporter. In

addition to the transportation demand charges, Columbia shall pay

Transporter monthly a charge for Overrun Gas of $.2947 per MMBtu for the

period November through March and $.2512 per MMBtu for the period April

through October at the Transporter Receipt Point.