Tuscarora Gas Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/2009, Docket: RP09-926-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 115 First Revised Sheet No. 115

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 115






13.4 Disputed Billing


(a) [NAESB WGQ Standard 3.3.19] If invoice is in dispute, pay portion not

in dispute and provide documentation identifying basis for dispute.


(b) Within 30 days after a demand made by Transporter, Shipper shall furnish

good and sufficient surety bond, guaranteeing payment to Transporter of

the amount ultimately found due upon bills after a final determination

which may be reached either by agreement or judgment of the courts, as

may be the case, then Transporter shall not be entitled to seek to

suspend further delivery of gas nor terminate the Transportation Service

Agreement as outlined above unless and until default be made in the

conditions of such bond.


13.5 Prior Period Adjustments.


(a)[NAESB WGQ Standard 3.3.15] Prior period adjustment time limits should

be six (6) months from date of the initial transportation invoice and

seven (7) months from date of initial sales invoice with a three (3)

month rebuttal period, excluding government-required rate changes. This

standard shall not apply in the case of deliberate omission or

misrepresentation of mutual mistake of fact. Parties' other statutory or

contractual rights shall not otherwise be diminished by this standard.


(b)[NAESB WQG Standard 3.3.16] Prior period adjustments are reported by

production date, but they do not have to be invoiced separately by

production month nor is each production month a separate paper invoice



13.6 Remedies For Nonpayment.


(a) Charge for Late Payment: Should Shipper fail to pay any or all of the

amount of any bill as herein provided when such amount is due, Shipper

shall pay a Charge for Late Payment which shall be included by

Transporter on the next regular monthly bill rendered by Shipper.


Such Charge for Late Payment shall be determined by multiplying (a) the

unpaid portion of the bill, by (b) the ratio of the number of days from

the due date to the date of actual payment to 365, by (c) the applicable

rate of interest calculated in accordance with Section 154.501 of the

Commission's Regulations.