Natural Gas Pipeline Company Of America

Second Revised Volume No. 2

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Effective Date: 06/01/1993, Docket: RP93- 36-000, Status: Suspended

Seventh Revised Sheet No. 2083 Seventh Revised Sheet No. 2083 : Suspended

Superseding: Sixth Revised Sheet No. 2083








Ozark Transporter Receipt Point



Location: At the existing point of interconnection between the

measurement facilities owned, maintained and operated by

Customer, or Customer's designee, currently Ozark and the

pipeline facilities owned, maintained and operated by

Transporter, at the suction side of Transporter's Compressor

Station No. 307 located in Section 29-T7N-R7W, White County,



Assumed Atmospheric Pressure 14.4 psi

Maximum Delivery Pressure: 858 psig

Transportation Fees and Percentage Reductions:


Transportation Fee Percentage Reduction

Cents per MMBtu (a) Fuel and

Transporter -------------------- Gas Lost and

Delivery Point Peak Off-Peak Unaccounted For

-------------- ------ -------- --------------------


Pecan Lake $.2420 $.2236 .4 / .6

Erath $.2420 $.2236 .4 / .6

Henry Plant $.2420 $.2236 .4 / .6



(a) Customer shall initially pay the amounts listed; however, such

amounts are subject to change pursuant to Article V without the need

for this Exhibit A to be amended. Peak rates are effective for the

period November through March and Off-Peak rates are effective for

the period April through October.


Delivery Pressure, Assumed Atmospheric Pressure



Natural gas to be delivered by Customer to Transporter the

Transporter Receipt Point/s shall be at a delivery pressure sufficient to

enter Transporter's facilities, but Customer shall not deliver gas at a

pressure in excess of the Maximum Delivery Pressure stated for each

Receipt Point. The assumed atmospheric pressure is stated hereinabove

for each Point of Receipt, irrespective of variations in natural

atmospheric pressure from time to time.