Midwestern Gas Transmission Company


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Effective Date: 05/01/2000, Docket: RP00-233-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 33 Third Revised Sheet No. 33 : Superseded

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 33




Load Management Service - Delivery Points



Tennessee's system (such system deliverability being updated semi-annually)

from four Receipt Regions and the applicable Region Prices for such Receipt

Regions (the Receipt Regions are Texas Offshore, Texas Onshore, Louisiana

Offshore, and Louisiana Onshore). The Index Price will be posted on PASSKEY

in a reasonable time after receipt of Natural Gas Week's "Gas Price Report."

The applicable general system deliverability will also be posted on PASSKEY.

If Natural Gas Week's "Gas Price Report" is no longer published, Transporter

shall use the alternative spot price indices agreed to be used under

Tennessee's Rate Schedule LMS-MA. Transporter shall allocate "cash-outs"

with other upstream pipelines according to the same formula.


For the purpose of determining the level at which a Balancing Party's

imbalance shall be cashed out, if a Balancing Party has an imbalance outside

a given tolerance level, the escalating or declining percentage of the Index

Price will apply only to the portion of the imbalance outside of the

tolerance level.


The amounts due hereunder shall be paid in accordance with Articles V and VI

of the General Terms and Conditions of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff.


(c) Access to Information - Upon request, Transporter will make available within

one business day following the production day the best information it has

concerning the total physical deliveries at applicable delivery points.

Transporter will also make available by electronic means the best information

it has concerning the scheduled and allocated receipts and deliveries at all

of Balancing Party's delivery points by the end of the third business day

after each day. Balancing Parties will be entitled to rely on the data

generated by meters with Electronic Custody Transfer Agreements (Electronic

Data) for purposes of correcting imbalances during the month. Operators will

not be entitled to rely on the data provided by Transporter from other

delivery points for purposes of correcting imbalances during the month.

Imbalances will be cashed-out on the basis of actual deliveries and Scheduled

Quantities. The charge associated with such imbalances will be based upon

the lesser of (1) the monthly imbalance reported by