Mobile Bay Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/1998, Docket: RP98-329-001, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 274 Second Revised Sheet No. 274 : Effective

Superseding: Superseding Substitute First Sheet No. 274




To the extent an interconnecting party is contractually or

statutorily permitted to process adjustments beyond the six month

period above, Transporter shall be permitted to process such

corresponding adjustments to Shippers. Such errors shall be

adjusted even if the agreement has terminated. Prior period

adjustments will be reported by production date on the invoice

but they do not have to be invoiced separately by production

month nor is each production month a separate paper invoice page.

In the event Shipper, in good faith, disputes the amount payable

in any statement or invoice furnished, Shipper shall pay the

undisputed portion of the statement or invoice and shall, on or

before the date payment is due, provide documentation identifying

basis for the dispute, including a detailed explanation of the

reasons for the dispute. Transporter and Shipper shall in good

faith endeavor to resolve the dispute expeditiously. To the

extent Shipper fails to pay any undisputed portion of the

statement or invoice, the remedies available under Section 18.5

shall apply.


18.7 Access to Billing Data - Shipper and Transporter shall have the

right to examine the books, records, and charts of the other

party at all reasonable times to the extent necessary to verify

the accuracy of any statement, charge, or computation made

pursuant to the provisions of this Section 18; however, access

shall, be limited to data applicable to the preceding twenty-four

(24) month period.


18.8 Statement of Account - Transporter will provide a statement of

account on request. Transporter will apply payments on the

statement of account, including payments on prior period

adjustments, if such information is given to Transporter in the

remittance detail. The Statement of Account should report

outstanding balances by invoice.