Ozark Gas Transmission, L. L. C.
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/16/2009, Docket: RP09-1040-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 171 First Revised Sheet No. 171
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 171
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)
22. BALANCING OF TRANSPORTATION QUANTITIES.
22.1 Information regarding allocated quantities and Shipper/OBA Party
imbalances is posted on Transporter's LINK® System on a daily
basis. It shall be the responsibility of the Shipper or OBA
Party, as applicable, to monitor such information and, if
necessary, adjust deliveries of Natural Gas to Transporter and
receipts of transportation Natural Gas from Transporter in order
to maintain a daily balance of receipts and deliveries. It is the
intention of Transporter that daily deliveries of Natural Gas by
Transporter to Shipper hereunder shall be approximately equal to
daily receipts of Natural Gas by Transporter from Shipper
hereunder, less Fuel Usage and Lost and Unaccounted For Gas.
However, due to variations in operating conditions, daily and
monthly deliveries hereunder by Transporter may be greater or less
than corresponding receipts of Natural Gas hereunder by
Transporter for transportation, less Fuel Usage and Lost and
Unaccounted For Gas.
22.2 IMBALANCE NETTING AND TRADING
A Shipper may net its imbalances between its Service Agreements.
A Shipper may also trade imbalances with another Shipper. Any
trading of Shipper imbalances must result in each Shipper's
imbalance decreasing. If a Shipper elects to trade an imbalance,
it will authorize Transporter to post information regarding the
imbalance on its Internet Website so that interested parties can
contact such Shipper to arrange a trade. If two Shippers agree to
trade imbalances, the trade will be executed on Transporter's
Internet Website; however, Shippers are responsible for finalizing
and documenting the financial details of such trade, which will
not be posted on Transporter's Internet Website. Transporter will
not be responsible for eliminating any imbalances between Shipper
and any third party. Furthermore, Transporter will not be
obligated to adjust or deviate from its standard operating and
accounting procedures in order to correct or minimize any such