Tuscarora Gas Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/2009, Docket: RP09-8-002, Status: Effective

Substitute Original Sheet No. 96 Substitute Original Sheet No. 96

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 96






6.2 Balancing Penalties. (Continued)


(e) Actual delivered quantity exceeds scheduled delivery quantity


An imbalance shall exist when the quantity delivered exceeds the

quantity scheduled (nominated and confirmed).


Penalty: When the difference between the actual delivered quantity and

the scheduled delivery quantity is in excess of 10% of the scheduled

quantity or 400 Dth, whichever is greater, the Shipper shall be

assessed the maximum applicable interruptible transportation rate

applied to the excess quantities.


6.3 Imbalance determinations as described above will be performed on a

daily basis and each daily occurrence will constitute a separate

incident. If Shipper has multiple Transportation Service Agreements at

a receipt or delivery point, Transporter shall make separate imbalance

determinations for each Transportation Service Agreement. Imbalance

and overrun penalties will be based on the lesser of the impact from

operational or actual data. In the event that any penalty would

otherwise be applicable under these provisions as a direct consequence

of any action or failure to take action by Transporter or the failure

of any facility under Transporter's control, or an event of force

majeure as defined in these Transportation General Terms and

Conditions, said penalty shall not apply.


6.4 Upon termination of a Service Agreement, Shipper shall have sixty (60)

days to correct any remaining imbalances. After this period has

elapsed, Transporter shall have the right to retain any positive

imbalance quantity without compensation to the Shipper. For negative

imbalance quantities, Transporter shall charge an amount equal to one

hundred ten percent (110%) of the average of the daily midpoint prices

reported for Malin, Oregon as published in the daily price survey by

Platts Gas Daily for the month in which the imbalance is cashed out.