Pacific Gas Transmission Company
Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 46-006, Status: Effective
2nd Sub. First Revised Sheet No. 21 2nd Sub. First Revised Sheet No. 21 : Superseded
Superseding: Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 21
RATE SCHEDULE T-1
3.3 Gas used for compressor station fuel, line losses, and other
utility purposes, plus other unaccounted-for gas used in the
operation of Seller's combined pipeline system between the
International Boundary near Kingsgate, British Columbia and the
Oregon-California boundary, shall be furnished by Buyer to
Seller in the amount of 0.0041% multiplied by the distance in
pipeline miles transported from the receipt point to the
delivery point multiplied by the transportation quantities of
gas delivered to Buyer under this rate schedule.
The above requirements for gas to be furnished by Buyer shall
not apply to any quantities received by Seller at Stanfield,
Oregon and delivered to Buyer at points upstream of that point
on Seller's system by means of backhaul.
3.4 Billing for Costs Incurred Prior to August 1, 1990
For natural gas service rendered prior to August 1, 1990,
Seller will continue to charge Buyer for all costs, including
subsequent adjustments thereto, pursuant to the applicable
tariff provisions in effect at the time costs were incurred.
Such billing will continue for a period of six months from
August 1, 1990.
4. FORCE MAJEURE
4.1 No cause specified in Paragraph 12.1 of the General Terms and
Conditions shall relieve buyer from its obligation to pay
amounts due and owing hereunder before the occurrence of such
cause or to pay the charges calculated in accordance with
Paragraph 3 for the duration of such cause except as provided
in Paragraph 4.2 below.