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
1st Rev Original Sheet No. 234F 1st Rev Original Sheet No. 234F : Superseded
TRANSPORTATION GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
19. OPERATING PROVISIONS FOR INTERRUPTIBLE TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
19.12 Resolution of Imbalances (Continued)
Shipper or its suppliers shall be responsible for
reporting and payment of any royalty, tax, or other
burdens on natural gas volumes received by El Paso
and El Paso shall not be obligated to account for or
pay such burdens.
(f) Crediting of Revenues - For any net dollar amount
received net of gas and administrative costs from
cash-out assessed on El Paso or an affiliate of El Paso,
El Paso shall credit such net amount within 90 days of
the payment date to other Shippers on a pro rata basis in
accordance with the volumes transported for each Shipper.
(g) Netting of Contracts - For purposes of resolving an
imbalance with a Shipper, El Paso is willing to
negotiate, on a non-discriminatory basis, netting of gas
imbalances, adjusted to reflect a common point at which
the imbalance is held, between contracts with such
Shipper pursuant to the following conditions:
(i) Netting between gathering and pooling agreement
imbalances is negotiable as long as the imbalances
were generated in the same basin.
(ii) Netting between upstream interconnects and pooling
agreements is negotiable if the pooling agreement
has that interconnect point as a receipt point.
(iii) Netting between downstream interconnect and mainline
agreement imbalances is negotiable if the agreement
has the interconnect point as a delivery point.
(iv) Netting between Unauthorized Gas and mainline or
pooling/gathering agreement imbalances is negotiable
if both the Unauthorized Gas and imbalance were
generated in the same basin.
(v) Netting between mainline agreement imbalances (for
similar transportation service) is negotiable.