Vector Pipeline L.P.

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Effective Date: 06/01/2010, Docket: RP10-678-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 120 Third Revised Sheet No. 120

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 120




Receipts and deliveries of Gas under more than one contract and/or Rate

Schedule shall be allocated in accordance with any agreement as may

exist between Transporter and the downstream or upstream operator(s).

Absent such agreement, Shipper(s) shall be deemed to have taken receipt

or delivery of Shipper's scheduled quantities sequentially and in the

same priority order as Transportation is scheduled under section 6 of

the GT&C. Any difference between the allocated and scheduled Gas

quantities at a location shall result in the allocation of an imbalance

equal to that difference to the Shipper. Such imbalances shall be the

basis on which any imbalance charges shall be calculated.




1. Imbalance Charge


(a) Where Shipper has created an imbalance on Transporter's

pipeline which is not offset by the net of all other system

imbalances, and to the extent Shipper has not eliminated the

imbalance through netting and trading and/or by use of an

imbalance service, and when Shipper's imbalance exceeds

100 Dth, Shipper shall pay Transporter an imbalance charge

each Day (except as provided in Rate Schedule TTS section

4.1(b) and Rate Schedule PALS-1 section 5.2) in the

following amounts:


(1) During normal operating conditions, $0.10 per Dth of

Net Imbalance for that portion of Shipper's Net

Imbalance equal to or in excess of 5% of Contracted

Capacity, or