Dauphin Island Gathering Partners

Original Volume No. 1

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

Substitute Original Sheet No. 163 Substitute Original Sheet No. 163 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 163



13.1 Responsibility to Control Imbalances:


(a) A Shipper receiving any transportation service from

Transporter will use, or will cause any party

delivering or receiving Shipper's gas to use, all

reasonable efforts to ensure that receipt and

deliveries of gas are equal to Shipper's scheduled

quantities at the Receipt and Delivery Points

pursuant to Shipper's Transportation Service



(b) Transporter will use all reasonable efforts to

ensure that delivery of gas pursuant to its

Transportation Service Agreement(s) is equal to

Shipper's scheduled quantities at the Delivery



13.2 Resolution of Monthly Imbalances:


(a) Shipper and Transporter shall use all reasonable,

good faith efforts to minimize imbalances and to

eliminate any imbalances that occur as soon as

possible, taking into consideration (i) the

impairment of Transporter's ability to discharge its

commitments to other Shippers, (ii) the time period

allowed for cure by affected downstream pipeline(s)

in order to avoid or minimize penalties that may be

levied by such pipeline(s), and (iii) the

operational integrity of Transporter's Facility.

Based on the information provided by Transporter to

Shipper, which shall be the best information

available to Transporter at the time, Shipper shall

take prompt action to correct any imbalances by

making appropriate adjustments in Shipper's

nominations, receipts or deliveries on a pro rata

basis over the remainder of the day or month, as

applicable, in order to restore a balance of

receipts and deliveries on Transporter's Facility

(unless Transporter directs Shipper to correct an

imbalance over a shorter period of time to avoid

penalties or for operational reasons).