Williams Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/1995, Docket: RP95-303-003, Status: Effective

2 Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 234 2 Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 234 : Superseded

Superseding: Substitute Original Sheet No. 234

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

9. SCHEDULING, CURTAILMENT AND IMBALANCES (Cont'd)

 

9.9 Supply Curtailment Procedures

 

This Article 9.9 is applicable only to sales by WNG under Rate

Schedule PAS.

 

Curtailment of all sales service shall be pro-rata based on the

quantity each customer has contracted to purchase from WNG. High

priority users under Title IV of the NGPA may petition WNG for

relief from such pro-rata curtailment.

 

9.10 Suspense Gas

 

WNG will notify Point Operators by approximately the 15th of each

month of their level of suspense gas for the preceding calendar

month. WNG will post on its EBB by approximately the 15th of each

month quantities of suspense gas in the preceding month which

cannot be attributed to any party. Any Point Operator who delivers

unscheduled natural gas onto WNG's transmission system will be

given sixty (60) days from the date WNG provides notice to the

Point Operator that such gas has been received, to deliver it off

the system or schedule it for delivery, or it will become the

property of WNG at the end of the 60-day period. If the party who

delivered such gas onto WNG's system is not known, the gas will

become the property of WNG sixty (60) days after it was received by

WNG. Any Point Operator who receives unscheduled natural gas from

WNG's transmission system will be given sixty (60) days from the

date WNG provides notice to the Point Operator that such gas has

been delivered, to tell WNG what agreement the delivery should be

allocated to, or the Point Operator will be charged 150% of the

spot market price for the month in which the delivery (including

associated fuel) was made, as defined in Section 9.8, plus the

maximum ITS rate for both the production and market areas, grossed

up for fuel, for gas delivered in the market area, or the maximum

ITS rate for the production area, grossed up for fuel, for gas

delivered in the production area. To the extent any Point Operator

is assessed a penalty for Overdeliveries under Article 9.5, such

Overdeliveries will be excluded from the charges for suspense gas

deliveries provided in the preceding sentence.