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Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2009, Docket: RP09-607-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 232E Second Revised Sheet No. 232E

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 232-E







releases as described in Section 23 of the General Terms and Conditions,

less volumetric charges and all surcharges) received by Transporter from

each and all of the specified Shippers for each applicable month. Such

revenue credits shall be reflected as a credit billing adjustment to the

next month's billings rendered after the applicable month. In the event

that such credit billing adjustments would result in a credit total

invoice to any Shipper, Transporter will refund the credit billing

adjustment to the Shipper in cash within 15 days after determination of

the amount of the credit due to the Shipper.


(h) Shipper Not Liable. Shipper will not be liable for any non-OFO

penalties which might otherwise be imposed by Transporter with respect

to any action taken by such Shipper in conformance with an OFO issued by



(i) Transporter Not Liable. Transporter will not be liable for any

damages, costs or expenses incurred as a result of an OFO unless such

damages result from the negligence or willful misconduct of Transporter.


14.16 Disaster Recovery Procedures. In the event of a disaster such

that Transporter's or Receiving Party's communication capability is not

available for confirmation and scheduling of gas receipts and

deliveries, nominations will remain in effect as confirmed for the most

current day, unless alternate emergency communication methods are

established. Transporter may declare an entitlement period on the

system until normal communications are restored.


14.17 Interconnect Balancing Agreements. NAESB WGQ Flowing Gas Related

Standard 2.3.29 (Version 1.8) will apply and is incorporated by



Transporter may enter into and operate pursuant to interconnect

balancing agreements with other pipelines or gas suppliers relating to

operating procedures governing nominating, scheduling and balancing for

the receipt or delivery of gas at points of interconnection. As part of

the provisions of these agreements, Transporter will allow the trading

of imbalances between receipt points or between delivery points located

in the same geographical area. For receipt points, the same

geographical area means receipt points located in the same market hub,

or producing basins located within contiguous gathering areas. For

delivery points, the same geographical area means the zones used by

Northwest for nominations.