Williston Basin Interstate Pipeline Co.

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/02/2006, Docket: RP06-344-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 233 Third Revised Sheet No. 233 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 233





11.1 Rate of Delivery: At each point of receipt and point(s) of

delivery, the Transporter and Point Operator shall use its best efforts

to deliver, or cause to be delivered, gas at reasonable uniform hourly

and daily rates of flow; provided, however, either Transporter or Point

Operator may request the other to change the flow rates of receipt

and/or delivery. Upon request, Transporter or Point Operator will make

such change to the extent that it can, in its judgment, without reducing

its deliveries of gas to any other customer to a quantity below that

which it could and otherwise would deliver.


11.1.1 The Transporter's obligation to deliver shall not exceed

6.2 percent of Shipper's Rate Schedule FT-1 MDDQ as specified in

Exhibit A to Shipper's Service Agreement, as adjusted pursuant to

the CAP, in any given hour.




12.1 Transporter shall unbundle its system at the point of receipt of

gas into its facilities.


12.2 In the event Transporter determines that gas sales and/or

transfers are necessitated by the general operation of its

transportation and storage systems, Transporter shall make such gas

sales and/or transfers and shall designate the point for such sale(s)

and/or transfer(s) as follows:


12.2.1 For sales transactions involving excess storage

inventory owned by Transporter, the point of sale shall be in

Transporter's aggregate storage facilities.


12.2.2 For transactions associated with fuel reimbursement, the

point of transfer shall be at the receipt point(s) identified on

Shipper's Service Agreement for the gathering, storage and/or

transportation service, as applicable.


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