Ozark Gas Transmission System

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-179-002, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 36 Third Revised Sheet No. 36 : Superseded

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 36

 

22. SCHEDULING PENALTIES.

 

Based upon the daily quantity scheduled to be received

by Transporter and such information as Transporter has

available concerning the quantity actually received,

Transporter shall make daily delivery of Customer's

Equivalent Quantity after making adjustments for any prior

imbalance in deliveries. Transporter shall not be obligated

to receive or deliver gas in excess of the quantities

scheduled by Customer, nor shall Transporter be obligated to

deliver to Customer at the Delivery Point(s) transportation

quantities in excess of the quantities scheduled by

Customer. If on any day Customer delivers to Transporter at

the Receipt Point(s) quantities which are in excess of or

deficient by the greater of 50 Dth's or ten percent of the

transportation quantities scheduled by Customer, Shipper

shall have forty-eight hours after notification by

Transporter or such lesser period as reasonably required by

Transporter to protect the integrity of its system, to

initiate corrective action. In the event Shipper fails to

initiate the corrective action mutually agreed upon by the

Customer and Transporter's gas dispatchers within the period

provided, Transporter shall charge Customer a penalty of

$1.00 per Dth multiplied by the excess quantity in the event

of over-deliveries, or $2.00 per Dth plus the actual

replacement cost multiplied by the deficiency quantity in

the event of under-deliveries.

 

23. BALANCING OF TRANSPORTATION QUANTITIES AND IMBALANCE

CHARGES.

 

It shall be the responsibility of the Customer to

control and, if necessary, adjust deliveries of gas to

Transporter and receipts of transportation gas from

Transporter in order to maintain a daily balance of receipts

and deliveries. It is the intention of Transporter that

daily deliveries of natural gas by Transporter to Customer

hereunder shall be approximately equal to daily receipts of

natural gas by Transporter from Customer hereunder, less

Fuel Usage and Applicable Shrinkage. However, due to

variations in operating conditions, daily and monthly

deliveries hereunder by Transporter may be greater or less

than corresponding receipts of natural gas hereunder by

Transporter for transportation, less Fuel Usage and

Applicable Shrinkage.