Viking Gas Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1998, Docket: RP98-197-001, Status: Effective

Substitute Fifth Revised Sheet No. 19 Substitute Fifth Revised Sheet No. 19 : Superseded

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 19




Rates established for this Rate Schedule and set forth on the effective Tariff Sheet No.


6. The sum of the maximum daily transportation quantities applicable to each receipt

and delivery point combination shall not exceed the total maximum daily transportation

quantity under the Transportation Agreement.


5.3 Incidental Charges: In addition to the charges pursuant to Section 5.2 of this

Rate Schedule, Transporter shall charge Shipper an amount to reimburse Transporter 100%

for any filing or similar fees, which have not been previously paid by Shipper, which

Transporter incurs in establishing or rendering service. Transporter shall not use the

amounts so collected (both costs and revenues) in establishing its general system rates.


5.4 Overrun Charge: If Shipper should on any day take, under this Rate Schedule, a quantity

of gas more than the effective quantity applicable to such Shipper established in an

operational flow order pursuant to Article VIII of the General Terms and Conditions,

then such excess quantity shall constitute an overrun quantity. If Shipper obtains

Transporter's advance approval of an overrun quantity, then Shipper shall pay

Transporter a rate equal to the volumetric derivative of the maximum transportation

charge applicable to the service under its Transportation Agreement and this Rate

Schedule designed on a 100% load factor basis multiplied by the amount of the overrun

quantity, unless the parties mutually agree otherwise. If Shipper does not obtain

Transporter's advance approval of an overrun quantity, then Shipper shall pay

Transporter an overrun charge equal to fifteen dollars ($15.00) for each Dth of excess

deliveries to Shipper. The payment of the overrun charge is in addition to any other

remedies Transporter may have against Shipper for Shipper's unauthorized overrun.




Shipper shall furnish the quantity of gas required for fuel and losses associated with

rendering transportation service pursuant to this Rate Schedule. The quantity of gas

retained by Transporter for fuel and losses shall be equal to the amount established

pursuant to GISB Standard 1.3.16 (Version 1.0): Where fuel reimbursement method is

fuel in-kind, the standard fuel calculation mechanism, as this is related to the

nomination process, should be (1-fuel %/100) multiplied by receipt quantity = delivery

quantity. The fuel % shall equal the applicable percentage shown on effective Sheet Nos.

6 and 6A in Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff; provided, however, (i) for service that is rendered

entirely by displacement, Shipper shall furnish only that quantity of gas associated with

losses as shown on effective Sheet Nos. 6 and 6A, and (ii) the fuel percentage may be reduced

to any level not less than the actual fuel required for a transaction. Pursuant to GISB

Standard 1.3.15 (Version 1.0): When the fuel reimbursement method is fuel in-kind, the

results of the fuel reimbursement calculations for the nomination process should be

rounded to the nearest dekatherm or Gigajoule (Canada).