Texas Gas Transmission Corporation

First Revised Volume No. 2-A

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Effective Date: 11/01/1990, Docket: RP90-192-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 111 Original Sheet No. 111 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

transportation and handling of such liquids and

liquefiables prior to delivery to Transporter of

liquids or liquefiables hereunder and after re-

delivery of such liquids or liquefiables, Trans-

porter agrees to indemnify and save Customer and

its affiliates harmless from all losses, damages,

and expenses arising out of or incident to the

transportation of liquids and liquefiables after

delivery to Transporter and before redelivery.

 

22.5 Reimbursement: Customer agrees that if the Commis-

sion or any other regulatory body having jurisdic-

tion determines directly or indirectly, (1) that

reimbursement to Transporter should be made for the

use of Transporter's facilities for the transporta-

tion of liquids or liquefiables, or (2) that any

portion of Transporter's costs incurred (including

a reasonable return) for facilities utilized in

such transportation should be eliminated from

Transporter's cost of service, Customer shall

reimburse or pay, or cause to be reimbursed or

paid, Transporter for such excluded costs effective

as of the date such reimbursement requirement or

cost allocation is effective, with the view that

Transporter will be kept completely whole with re-

spect to such costs. Customer will reimburse

Transporter for any taxes or similar assessment

levied against Transporter's transportation and

separation of liquids or liquefiables for Customer.

 

(a) Subject to Commission action that may adjust

the rates described above, the initial rate

for liquid transportation shall be, for liq-

uids from wells connected to the system as of

December 31, 1981, fifty-five cents (55.0~)

per barrel, and for liquids from wells connec-

ted to the system on or after January 1, 1982,

one dollar and two and one-half cents ($1.025)

per barrel. The rate for short-haul transpor-

tation (a distance of twenty (20) miles or