Wyoming Interstate Company, Ltd.

Second Revised Volume No. 2

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Effective Date: 04/12/2010, Docket: RP10-491-000, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 47 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 47

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 47






4.5 Off-System Capacity


(b)(i) Third Party Charges (Continued)


(B) If Transporter holds more than one off-system

contract with a third party, Transporter shall

determine the third party reservation and commodity

rates to be billed for secondary and/or

interruptible service using the method described

below. Such third party rates shall be determined

by calculating a monthly weighted average rate based

on the rates paid and the contract/reservation

quantities invoiced Transporter by the third party.

The calculated weighted average rate will then be

multiplied by the secondary and/or interruptible

transport quantity to determine the third party

charges. The sum of the third party charges,

commodity charges and applicable surcharges, as

described in Section 4.5(b) will be included on

Shipper's monthly invoice as Third Party Charges, if



(C) Transporter shall post the third party rates for all

off-system locations and any applicable FL&U

reimbursement charges on its electronic bulletin



(ii) If Transporter receives refunds or credits from a third-

party pipeline which are directly related to Third-Party

Charges, such refunds or credits would be flowed through

to the appropriate Shipper(s) to the extent that the

rate(s) paid by the Shipper(s) exceeds the net rate (after

refund) Transporter has actually paid and Transporter has

otherwise fully recovered its costs for such off-system



(c) For the purposes of capacity release, any off-system capacity

acquired by Transporter from a third-party will be treated

under the terms and conditions of Transporter's tariff.