Natural Gas Pipeline Company Of America

Second Revised Volume No. 2

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Effective Date: 12/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 45-003, Status: Effective

Ninth Revised Sheet No. 1924 Ninth Revised Sheet No. 1924 : Superseded

Superseding: Substitute Eighth Revised Sheet No. 1924

RATE SCHEDULE X-136

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ARTICLE VII

TRANSPORTATION RATES

 

7.1 Shipper shall pay Transporter monthly for the service rendered

pursuant to Paragraph 1.1 of Article I a transportation demand charge

equal to $4.89 for the period November through March and $4.80 for the

period April through October times the Demand Quantity; and a commodity

charge equal to $.0124 per MMBtu for the period November through March

and $.0124 per MMBtu for the period April through October times the

actual volumes received by Transporter. In addition to the

transportation demand charges, Shipper shall pay Transporter monthly a

commodity charge of $.1619 per MMBtu for the period November through

March and $.1570 per MMBtu for the period April through October for

Overrun Gas at the Transporter Receipt Points and Transporter shall

credit to Shipper $.1743 per MMBtu for the period November through March

and $.1694 per MMBtu for the period April through October of gas equal to

Shipper's liquefiables transported and handled pursuant to Paragraph 9.5

of Article IX.

 

7.2 If the date of the first delivery or last delivery at the

Transporter Receipt Points subject to such transportation rates under

Paragraph 7.1 of this Article VII does not occur on the first day of a

month, then the applicable transportation demand charge shall be reduced

to an amount determined by dividing the total sum otherwise payable by

the number of days in such month and multiplying the quotient by the

number of days service was actually rendered in such month.

 

7.3 Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Agreement, Shipper

recognizes and agrees that Transporter may make and has made unilateral

filings with the FERC to effect any and all changes in the transportation

rates and charges. Without prejudice to Shipper's right to contest such

rate changes, Shipper hereby agrees to pay such just and reasonable rates

as may be made effective pursuant to the statutory provisions of the

Natural Gas Act or any successor legislation.

 

7.4 In the event that Transporter, due to operating conditions

which are solely within the control of Transporter on its pipeline other

than Force Majeure does not accept quantities of natural gas up to the

Demand Quantity which Shipper has available for delivery and which meet

the quality and pressure requirements of this Agreement, Transporter

shall reduce the Demand Charge for the month