Dauphin Island Gathering Partners

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Effective Date: 12/23/1997, Docket: RP98- 17-000, Status: Effective

Substitute Original Sheet No. 53 Substitute Original Sheet No. 53 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 53

4.3 Incidental Charges:


In addition to the charges pursuant to Sections 4.1 and 4.2

of this Rate Schedule, Transporter shall charge Shipper an

amount to recoup any filing or similar fees which

Transporter incurs in rendering service hereunder, which

Shipper has received written notice of prior to the

execution of the applicable Transportation Service

Agreement and which have not been previously paid by

Shipper. Transporter shall not use the amounts so

collected either as revenues or costs in establishing its

general system rates. The applicable Incidental Charges

shall be stated in the IT-1 (MP) Transportation Service

Agreement. No such charge shall be applicable to fees

incurred pursuant to the certificate issued in Docket No.



4.4 Lost-And-Unaccounted-For Gas:


Shipper shall furnish, or be credited if a gain, its pro

rata share of the quantity of lost-and-unaccounted-for gas

associated with rendering transportation service pursuant

to this Rate Schedule.




5.1 Monthly Bill:


The Monthly Bill for deliveries under this Rate Schedule

shall be equal to the Commodity Rate set forth on the

applicable currently effective sheets of Transporter's FERC

Gas Tariff multiplied by the Dth of natural gas allocated

to Shipper's IT-1 (MP) Transportation Service Agreement at

all Delivery Points in the month, and any applicable New

Facilities Charges pursuant to Section 4.2, any Incidental

Charges pursuant to Section 4.3, and any applicable

surcharges as set forth on the applicable currently

effective sheets of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff.


5.2 Authorized Overrun Service:


Transporter may authorize Shipper to deliver at the Receipt

Point(s) daily overrun quantities of gas to the extent

that, in the sole judgment of Transporter, the capacity for

the associated Path of Transporter's MP Facility will

permit such transportation service without jeopardizing the

ability of Transporter to meet all of its firm and other

interruptible service obligations. The term "Authorized

Daily Overrun Quantity" shall mean the quantity of gas

which is authorized and received by Transporter during any

day in excess of Shipper's MDQ for the Path under the

applicable IT-1 (MP) Transportation Service Agreement. Any

request for Authorized Daily Overrun Quantity must be made

by Shipper at least twenty-four (24) hours prior to the

beginning of the day to which such request relates.

Transporter may waive a part or all of such advance notice

requirement, if in its judgment, operating conditions

permit such waiver. The formula for calculating such

Overrun Service Rate is set forth on the applicable

currently effective sheets of Transporter's FERC Gas