White River Hub, LLC

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Effective Date: 11/01/2008, Docket: RP08-645-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 118 Original Sheet No. 118

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

12.7 Credit of Penalty and Cashout Revenues. Any penalty or cashout

revenues that exceed gas purchase and incremental administrative costs will be

credited to all non-offending transportation Shippers in proportion to the

revenue contribution from each non-offending Shipper for the month in which

the imbalance occurred, using the following process:

 

(a) Excess amounts collected during the period January through

June will be credited in March of the following year.

 

(b) Excess amounts collected during the period July through

December will be credited in September of the following year.

 

12.8 Balancing at Service Agreement Termination. Following the

termination of its agreement, Shipper shall correct any remaining cumulative

imbalance in receipts and deliveries within 5 days after notification by

White River that an excess or deficiency exists. If at the end of the 5-day

period there remains an imbalance that has not been eliminated by Shipper,

White River shall purchase or sell Shipper's imbalance and cashed out

according to § 12.6 above.

 

12.9 Unauthorized Receipt or Delivery of Gas. If a Shipper delivers

gas to White River or takes gas from White River and (i) has made no

nomination under an existing service agreement or (ii) has no valid service

agreement, then White River may impose the unauthorized overrun charge set

forth on the Statement of Rates. In addition, upon determination that such

unauthorized action has been taken by a Shipper, White River may take action

to terminate such unauthorized use of its system.

 

12.10 Imbalances with the Other Parties. White River shall not be

responsible for eliminating any imbalances between Shipper and any other

party. Furthermore, White River shall not be obligated to adjust or deviate

from its standard operating and accounting procedures in order to alleviate

any such imbalances or deficiencies.