Williston Basin Interstate Pipeline Co.

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 13-004, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 348 Original Sheet No. 348 : Effective




39. TRANSITION COST RECOVERY MECHANISMS (Continued) Obligation to Pay. Any Applicable Shipper

liable for charges under this Section 39.3.1

as a result of filings submitted to FERC after

the effectiveness of this Section 39.3.1 shall

not be relieved of its obligation under this

Section 39.3.1 in the event that the Service

Agreement between Applicable Shipper and

Transporter is terminated or has its term

reduced for any reason, including, but not

limited to, the expiration of said agreement,

cancellation and abandonment of service,

conversion of such agreement to transportation

service, a change in corporate identity or

bankruptcy. In such event, Transporter shall,

at Applicable Shipper's option, either (a)

bill Applicable Shipper, within forty-five

(45) days after the effectiveness of such

termination or reduction, a one-time charge

for the full amount of said Applicable

Shipper's fixed monthly surcharge remaining

due for the Total Recovery Period, or (b)

continue billing the fixed monthly surcharge

to Applicable Shipper or, if appropriate,

Applicable Shipper's successor in interest,

during the remainder of the applicable Total

Recovery Period (including under its new

corporate identity, if any, and/or under

Applicable Shipper's new Rate Schedule, if

any, or in any other manner allowable).

Applicable Shipper shall remain obligated to

pay any additional charges for the Account No.

191 underrecoveries resulting from future

filings permitted under law to recover such



Transporter reserves the right to reallocate

among its remaining Applicable Shippers to

whom the fixed monthly surcharge provisions of

this Section 39.3.1 are applicable, all fixed

monthly surcharges in the event any Applicable