El Paso Natural Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 10/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 60-016, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 114 Third Revised Sheet No. 114 : Superseded

Superseding: Substitute Second Revised Sheet No. 114


Firm Transportation Service



4. RATE (Continued)


4.3 Production Area Charges (Continued)


apply effective the first day of the following calendar month

after El Paso receives such notice. Additionally, if the

purification and/or products extraction charge(s) are

applicable but such test results demonstrate that the gas is

being dehydrated to conform to said Section 5.1, then no

dehydration charge shall apply. However, if El Paso, through

independent field inspections, verifies that the dehydrator is

not operating, then the Shipper either shall install and pay

for real time measurement and communication equipment enabling

El Paso to monitor continuously such source or, at Shipper's

election, shall pay the dehydration charge for all gas

received by El Paso from that source. In the event

conformance gas is processed at an extraction plant or other

facility operated by a third party, Shipper shall pay any

charge assessed against Shipper's conformance gas by such

third party in accordance with the provisions of this

paragraph. If there is insufficient capacity available at any

production area service facility for all gas scheduled for

such facility, then conformance and non-conformance gas shall

be curtailed pro rata on a non-discriminatory basis based on

Shipper's scheduled conformance and non-conformance gas to the

total scheduled gas.


For the purpose of computing the Reservation Charges specified

herein, if Shipper's Transportation Contract Demand or Maximum

Daily Quantity is expressed in Mcf, it shall be converted to dth's

by multiplying the number of Mcf by the heating value conversion

factor of 1.030 which is the factor utilized in designing such