Western Gas Interstate Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 53-003, Status: Effective

Revised Original Sheet No. 262 Revised Original Sheet No. 262 : Superseded






transportation gas to Western, Western and Shipper shall

determine a mutually agreeable charge for the

transportation of liquid and liquefiable hydrocarbons.


7.10 Odorization - As between Western, Buyer, and Shipper,

Western shall have no obligation whatsoever to odorize the

natural gas delivered, nor to maintain any odorant levels

in such natural gas. Notwithstanding Section 25 herein

Buyer and Shipper agree to indemnify and hold harmless

Western, its officers, agents, employees, and contractors

against any liability, loss or damage arises out of any

demand, claim, action, cause of action, and/or suit brought

by Buyer, Shipper or by any person, association, or entity,

public or private, that is not a party to the Service

Agreement, where such liability, loss, or damage is

suffered by Western, its officers, agents, employers,

and/or contractors as a direct or indirect result of any

actual or alleged act or omission of any nature by Buyer or

shipper to odorize the natural gas delivered under the

Service Agreement or to monitor any odorant levels in such

natural gas.





8.1 Billing - On or before the twentieth day of each month,

Western shall mail, first class postage prepaid, to Buyer

or Shipper a bill for all natural gas delivered and gas

service furnished to Buyer or Shipper during the Billing

Month or any other such billing period agreed to by the

parties. When information necessary for billing purposes

is in control of Buyer or Shipper or others acting on

behalf of Buyer or Shipper, Buyer or Shipper shall furnish

such information to Western on or before the fifth day of

the month following service.


8.2 Examination of Records - Both Western and Buyer or Shipper

or their authorized representatives shall have the right to

examine, at reasonable times, in Western's general office,

books, records and charts of the other to the extent

necessary to verify the accuracy of any statement, charge

or computation made under or pursuant to any of the