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Revised Original Sheet No. 276 Revised Original Sheet No. 276 : Superseded






meter readings to the Western, all without expense to the

Western; provided, however, that Western shall have the right to

read said meters at any reasonable time upon giving notice to

Shipper. All pipe, meters and other equipment shall remain the

property of the person or entity paying for same. Shipper at

its own expense will from time to time check the accuracy of the

meters measuring said gas and shall give the Western reasonable

notice in writing of its intention to do so. The provisions of

Sections 3 and 4 of these General Terms and Conditions shall

apply to the accuracy of Shipper's measuring equipment. Western

may at its option have a representative present at such test.





17.1 Shipper shall nominate transportation on Western's system

by advising Western's gas dispatchers each day, if

necessary, of the quantity of natural gas Shipper would

like transported from each specific Receipt Point and to

each specific Delivery Point to which that gas is to be

delivered. Shipper will be advised by Western of the

available capacity on Western's system and, if necessary, a

revised nominated quantity will be established. Shipper

shall then cause the operator controlling the delivery and

receipt of the nominated gas at each Receipt Point and

Delivery Point, respectively, to confirm to Western's

dispatchers the availability of the nominated gas, or

portion thereof, and Western's gas dispatchers will then

schedule the such confirmed quantity of natural gas for

receipt and delivery. Shipper shall cause the operator(s)

to deliver and receive the confirmed quantity of natural

gas, as may be adjusted, and Western shall receive and

deliver the appropriate quantity of natural gas, after

reductions, as identified in the applicable rate schedule

and/or executed Service Agreement.


17.2 Operating conditions may, from time to time, cause a

temporary and unintentional imbalance between the total

MMBTU of natural gas that Western is scheduled to receive

under the executed Service Agreement and the quantities of

natural gas that Western delivers under the executed

Service Agreement. Shipper shall schedule make-up gas