Midwestern Gas Transmission Company


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Effective Date: 09/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 41-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 67 Original Sheet No. 67 : Effective







Transporter shall have the right to refuse tender of or refuse to tender

an unauthorized delivery. Upon discovery of an unauthorized delivery,

Transporter shall notify the Shipper responsible for the unauthorized

delivery. For any unauthorized deliveries that occur after Transporter

has notified Shipper, Transporter shall assess a daily charge equal to

200% of the Index Price as determined in accordance with the procedures

established in the LMS Rate Schedules. Transporter shall have the right

to retain unauthorized deliveries at Receipt Point(s) that have not been

cured in accordance with the above after 30 days notice to the responsible



8.4 Balancing at Contract Termination - Following the termination of the

service agreement, Shipper shall be required to "cash out" any remaining

excess or deficiency in receipts and deliveries in accordance with the

procedures established in the LMS Rate Schedules, unless the parties

mutually agree otherwise.




1. Measuring station: Transporter shall install, maintain, and operate electronic

measurement equipment, including Data Acquisition and Control ("DAC"), at all

meters that shall be used to measure the volume and total heating value of gas

received and delivered by Transporter that have a maximum daily quantity of more

than 5,000 dth per day. The cost of such equipment installed by Transporter

shall be borne by the Operator at each receipt and delivery point or the

Shippers using the point as a Primary Receipt or Delivery Point. The heating

value of the gas delivered shall be measured and determined in accord with

Section 2(b) and (c) of Article III of the General Terms and Conditions.


(a) Orifice Meters: Orifice meters, if used, shall be installed, and gas

volumes computed, in accordance with American National Standard Bulletin

ANSI/API 2530, Orifice Metering of Natural Gas, dated September, 1985,

and any modification and amendments thereof, and shall include the use of

flange connections and straightening vanes.


(b) Positive Displacement Meters: Diaphragm or rotary meters, if used shall

be installed, and volumes computed, in accordance with generally accepted

industry practices.