Northwest Pipeline Corporation
First Revised Volume No. 1-A
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Effective Date: 04/01/1993, Docket: RP93- 5-007, Status: Effective
Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 422-A Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 422-A : Effective
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 422-A
GENERAL TRANSPORTATION TERMS AND CONDITIONS
14. OPERATING CONDITIONS (Continued)
(e) All projected data shall include true-up adjustments for
variances between fuel reimbursements and fuel used, for the
prior calendar year, except that underrecoveries or over-
recoveries of fuel used before April 1, 1993 shall not be trued
14.13 Balancing. Balancing of thermally equivalent volumes of gas
received and delivered shall be achieved as nearly as feasible on a
daily basis, with any cumulative imbalance accounted for as provided
in Section 15.
14.14 System Integrity. Nothing herein shall limit Transporter's
right to take actions or to require Shippers hereunder to take actions
of whatever nature may be required to correct any situations which may
threaten the operation or integrity of its system, including
maintenance of service to other customers.
14.15 Disaster Recovery Procedures. In the event of a disaster such
that Transporter's communication capability is not available for
confirmation and scheduling of gas receipts and deliveries,
nominations will remain in effect as confirmed for the most current
day, unless alternate emergency communication methods are established.
Transporter may also place a declared entitlement on the system until
normal communications are restored.
14.16 Interconnect Balancing Agreements. Transporter may enter into
and operate pursuant to interconnect balancing agreements with other
pipelines or gas suppliers relating to operating procedures governing
nominating, scheduling and balancing for the receipt or delivery of
gas at points of interconnection.