Trunkline Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 25-005, Status: Effective

Sub Original Sheet No. 183 Sub Original Sheet No. 183 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

5. TRANSPORTATION BALANCING (Continued)

 

actual deliveries, less Fuel Reimbursement, Trunkline shall

purchase from Shipper or party such excess receipts.

Trunkline shall pay Shipper based on the accumulated sum of

the results of the formulas listed below:

 

Imbalance

Level Factor Results

 

0% - < 5% 1.00 (price x Quantity < 5%)

 

> 5% - <10% .90 (price x Quantity > 5% and <10%)

>10% - <15% .80 (price x Quantity >10% and <15%)

>15% - <20% .70 (price x Quantity >15% and <20%)

>20% - <25% .60 (price x Quantity >20% and <25%)

>25% .50 (price x Quantity >25%)

 

The amount due Shipper for each imbalance level shall be

determined by multiplying the corresponding imbalance level

factor by the average weekly Spot Index Price, as determined

in Section 5.2(F) herein, for the Month in which the

contract imbalance was incurred times the Quantity within

each imbalance level.

 

(F) Spot Index Price

 

Each week a Spot Index Price will be derived from the

average of the following posted spot prices as published

each week in Natural Gas Week's "Gas Price Report":

 

(1) Louisiana, Gulf Coast, Onshore, Spot Delivered to

Pipeline;

 

(2) Texas, Gulf Coast, Onshore, Spot Delivered to

Pipeline; and

 

(3) Louisiana, Gulf Coast, Offshore, Spot Delivered to

Pipeline.

 

In the event that these prices are no longer available or

valid, Trunkline will file to change the Tariff and may, at

its discretion, select a representative price in the interim

period, subject to adjustment.