Wyoming Interstate Company, Ltd.

Second Revised Volume No. 2

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Effective Date: 04/12/2010, Docket: RP10-491-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 71 Second Revised Sheet No. 71

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 71

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

10. IMBALANCE MANAGEMENT (Continued)

 

10.1 Imbalance Management and Operating Tolerances (Continued)

 

(f) Imbalances with Other Parties. Transporter shall not be

responsible for eliminating any imbalances between Shipper

and any third Party, including imbalances between local

distribution companies and/or specific end users.

Furthermore, Transporter shall not be obligated to deviate

from its standard operating and accounting procedures in

order to reduce or eliminate any such imbalances.

 

(g) Balancing Upon Termination. Upon termination of the

Agreement, any imbalance shall be eliminated through the

procedures set forth in this Section 10.

 

(h) Locations For Which Electronic Measurement Is Not Available.

When measurement information is not available at a location

at the time allocations are performed, quantities will be

allocated as Nominated. If measurement data is received on or

before the 5th Business Day of the Month following flow,

daily quantities will be reallocated pursuant to the

appropriate Predetermined Allocation procedure for the

location. Measurement data which is received after the 5th

Business Day of the Month will be used to retroactively

allocate quantities at the location. Imbalances resulting

from such retroactive allocations will be reflected as a

beginning-of-month imbalance for the next Month on the

appropriate Shipper Agreement(s).

 

10.2 Imbalance Adjustments

(a) Imbalance Transfers. At the end of each Month, Transporter

shall, unless otherwise agreed, review each Shipper's

Agreements and will transfer imbalances among such Agreements

to provide the Shipper with the lowest possible imbalance on

all Agreements. Transporter will first transfer imbalances

among a Shipper's Agreements under the same Rate Schedule.

Thereafter, Transporter will transfer imbalances among that

Shipper's Agreements under all Rate Schedules. No imbalance

under any agreement will be increased as the result of a

transfer.

 

(b) Upon completion of imbalance transfers, Transporter shall

consolidate each Shipper's remaining imbalances under all

Agreements to a single net imbalance quantity for use in the

Imbalance Trade process as described in paragraphs (c) and

(d) below.