Cameron Interstate Pipeline, LLC

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2008, Docket: RP08-647-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 129 Original Sheet No. 129






12.10 Daily Imbalance Penalty and Calculations. Pipeline shall post on

its Internet Web Site, on a timely basis, the daily imbalance status

of each Shipper, as well as the imbalance of the system as a whole.

If a daily imbalance threatens the operational integrity of

Pipeline's system thus warranting the issuance of an OFO, Pipeline

shall post a Critical Mode notice. During an OFO if a Shipper's

daily imbalance is greater than a 2% variance between the actual

receipts and actual deliveries on Pipeline's system, Shipper shall

pay the higher of $20.00 or two times the cost of gas for every Dth

above the 2% variance. The cost of gas shall be the Daily Gas Index

Price for the higher of: (a) the Gas Day of receipt and delivery,

(b) the Gas Day preceding receipt or delivery, or (c) the Gas Day

following receipt and delivery, as applicable. Shipper shall not be

obligated to also pay the $20.00 penalty set forth in GT&Cs Section

9.3, the unauthorized daily overrun penalty under GT&Cs Section 7.7,

the unauthorized daily underdelivery penalty under GT&Cs Section

7.8, or the scheduling penalty under GT&Cs Section 7.9, if the

Section 12.10 penalties are imposed for the same infraction.


12.11 Pipeline is not providing a gas supply service under any Rate

Schedule of Pipeline's Tariff. Without limiting the foregoing,

Pipeline may buy and sell gas to the extent necessary to maintain

system pressure and balance, to implement the cashout provisions in

this Section 12 and to perform other functions necessary in

connection with providing gas transportation service. Nothing

herein will be deemed to impose on Pipeline any obligation to

provide a sale or purchase of gas to any of its Shippers.





13.1 At Pipeline's discretion, Pipeline may provide Pooling Service on a

non-discriminatory basis to any Shipper who complies with the

requirements described herein. If Pipeline offers Pooling Service,

Shippers may request Pooling Service by completing a Transportation

Request Form and submitting the credit information described in

GT&Cs Section 2.5. Upon receipt of all of the required information

and determination of creditworthiness, Pipeline shall prepare and

tender to the requesting party a Pooling Service Agreement. The

Pooling Service Agreement must be executed before Shipper can

nominate gas into or out of the pool. The Pooling Service Agreement

shall terminate automatically if no nominations are made within

thirty (30) days after Shipper executes the Agreement. Pooling

Service must commence within ninety (90) days of the date of the

original Service Request.