K N Wattenberg Transmission LLC
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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-144-001, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 17 First Revised Sheet No. 17 : Effective
Superseding: Substitute Original Sheet No. 17
Firm Transportation Service - cont.
5.5 SETTLEMENT OF OVERDELIVERIES IMBALANCE. A
month-end overdelivery imbalance in excess of 3,000 Dth shall be
reduced to an imbalance of 3,000 Dth or less as of one of the
three ensuing month-ends. If the Shipper does not meet this
schedule, the Transporter may either (1) reduce deliveries or (2)
bill the Shipper for the overdelivery based on 130% of CIG's
Index Price(in Dth) for gas received into its pipeline from Rocky
Mountain sources for the month in which the imbalance occurred,
as published in Inside FERC Gas Market Report, or any successor
publication. This overdelivery billing shall be in addition to the
transportation charge made for all delivered volumes.
5.6 TERMINATION. Any imbalance remaining at the termination of
a Transportation Service Agreement shall be resolved within sixty
days of such termination by appropriate deliveries by the
Transporter, or by appropriate receipts by the Transporter or by
payment as set out above.
5.7 FORCE MAJEURE OCCURRENCE. In the event of a force
majeure occurrence as defined in the General Terms and
Conditions of Transporter's Tariff, Shipper shall not be relieved
from its obligation to make payment of amounts then due or
which become due hereunder. If Shipper's obligation to pay a
balancing penalty under this rate schedule is a direct consequence
of an imbalance which occurs as a result of Transporter's force
majeure on Transporter's system as defined in the General Terms
and Conditions of Transporter's Tariff, such Shipper shall be
relieved of such imbalance penalties.