Westgas Interstate, Inc.

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/06/2009, Docket: RP09-342-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 81 Second Revised Sheet No. 81

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 81






23.16 RATES - The reservation charge for any

released firm capacity shall be the reservation

charge bid by the Acquiring Shipper, but in no event

shall such reservation charge be less than

Transporter's minimum or more than Transporter's

maximum reservation charge under the applicable rate

schedule as in effect from time to time (except the

maximum rate ceiling does not apply to capacity

release transactions of one year or less). In

addition, Acquiring Shipper shall pay the maximum

usage charge as well as all other applicable charges

and surcharges for the service applicable to the

usage charge.


23.17 This section is reserved for future use.


23.18 MARKETING FEE - When a Releasing Shipper

requests that Transporter actively market the capacity

to be released, the Releasing Shipper and Transporter

shall negotiate the terms of the marketing service to

be provided by Transporter and specify the marketing

fee to be charged.


23.19 BILLING - Transporter shall bill the Acquiring

Shipper the rate(s) specified in the Acquired

Capacity Agreement or the Transportation Service

Agreement as applicable under Section 23.11, as well

as any other applicable charges to usage including

any penalties. The Acquiring Shipper shall pay the

billed amounts directly to Transporter. The

Releasing Shipper shall be entitled to concurrent

conditional credit for the payment of a reservation

charge due from the Acquiring Shipper.


The Releasing Shipper shall also be billed a

marketing fee, if applicable, pursuant to the

provisions of Section 23.18. An Acquiring Shipper who

re-releases acquired capacity shall pay to

Transporter a marketing fee, if applicable. If an

Acquiring Shipper does not