Trunkline Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/1996, Docket: RP96-129-000, Status: Suspended

Second Revised Sheet No. 180 Second Revised Sheet No. 180 : Suspended

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 180

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

5. TRANSPORTATION BALANCING (Continued)

 

 

(3) Operational Balancing Agreements

 

The contract imbalance for an OBA Party shall be based

on the difference between total actual Quantities of Gas

received or delivered through the affected meter and the

total aggregated confirmed nomination Quantities for

that meter, which shall be used as the actual Quantities

of Gas received or delivered for purposes of

Section 5.2(C) below, plus any imbalance carried forward

into the current Month pursuant to Section 5.2(I) below.

 

(B) Minimization of Imbalances for Transportation Service

Agreements

 

(1) In order to minimize the monthly Quantity of excess

receipts and deliveries pursuant to this Section 5.2,

all of Shipper's comparable Transportation Service

Agreements, as described below, shall be matched by

Points of Receipt and Points of Delivery. The total

Quantity of Gas received and delivered under Shipper's

comparable Transportation Service Agreements shall be

netted and excess receipts or excess deliveries shall be

determined only after such netting. Such netting of

imbalances does not relieve Shipper of the obligation to

pay all applicable transportation charges for the

Quantity of Gas actually delivered to Shipper during the

Month.

 

(2) For purposes of this Section 5, two or more

Transportation Service Agreements shall be deemed to be

comparable only if:

 

(a) The Gas transported under the Transportation

Service Agreements during the Month was from:

(1) Field Zone to Field Zone; (2) Field Zone to