Mobile Bay Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-155-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 95 First Revised Sheet No. 95 : Effective

Superseding: Superseding Original Sheet No. 95



quantity of gas delivered during the period such meters are out of service

or out of repair shall be estimated and agreed upon by the parties upon

the basis of the best data available, using the first of the following

methods which is feasible:


and accurately registering;


by calibration, test or mathematical calculation;


preceding period under similar conditions when the measuring

equipment was registering accurately.


lost in the construction of any facilities required for the receipt and/or

delivery of gas to Shipper, a Shipper having title to gas on Transporter's

system shall have the option of repaying Transporter either in-kind or by

a cash payment for gas lost upon installation of facilities, provided

Shipper shall not be responsible for any gas lost that is due to the sole

negligence of Transporter. If Shipper elects to repay Transporter in-

kind, such repayment shall be made within 30 days after installation of

facilities and at the location at which the gas was lost or at a mutually

agreeable location on Transporter's system. If Shipper elects to make

repayment by a cash payment, Shipper shall notify Transporter within 10

days after installation of facilities. Transporter shall thereafter invoice

Shipper and Shipper shall pay for any such quantity of gas so lost at a

price equal to the arithmetic average of the price per Dekatherm

published each week under the heading "Delivered to Pipeline" in the

table entitled "Gas Price Report" for Louisiana, Gulf Coast, Onshore -

Spot as such prices appear in each issue of Natural Gas Week published

during the construction period or