National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 21-004, Status: Effective

Sub. Original Sheet No. 204 Sub. Original Sheet No. 204 : Superseded












Option 1 answered negatively, with Option 2 answered

affirmatively and Option 3 answered negatively, is the default

imbalance resolution methodology. If Option 1 is answered

affirmatively, then Option 2 answered affirmatively with

Option 3 answered negatively is the default imbalance

resolution methodology. Execution and delivery of this form

to Transporter constitutes a waiver of any claim the

undersigned Shipper may have against Transporter, its

employees, officers, directors, affiliates and/or agents based

upon Shipper's engaging in a transaction on the Shipper

Imbalance Exchange in reliance upon any misstatement of that

Shipper's imbalance amount. All transactions on the Shipper

Imbalance Exchange are final.


DATE:___________ Name of Shipper:______________






(end of form)


14.13 Balancing at Contract Termination.


Following the termination of the transportation contract,

Shipper shall be required to correct any remaining excess or

deficiency in receipts and deliveries within thirty (30) days

after the determination by Transporter that an excess or

deficiency exists, or within such longer period of time

mutually agreed upon by Shipper and Transporter.


If after such balancing period, Transporter determines that

Shipper received transportation quantities in excess of the

quantities delivered to Transporter at the receipt point(s)

for Shipper's account, Transporter shall charge Shipper an

amount equal to the excess transportation quantities received

by Shipper or its designee, multiplied by two (2) times

Transporter's Negative Imbalance Cash-Out price, as defined in

Section 14.10(a), effective for the month in which the 30 day

period ends.