Enbridge Pipelines (Midla) Inc.

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/2001, Docket: GT01- 30-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 156 Original Sheet No. 156 : Effective



(b) Pricing for Cash Out

The index price used in the calculation shall be the

price per MMBtu equal to the "Bid Week" price published

for the month in which the imbalance occurred, as stated

in Natural Gas Week's "Gas Price Report for Louisiana,

Gulf Coast, Onshore Spot, Delivered to Pipeline". In

the event that the prices published in Natural Gas Week

are no longer available or valid, the index price used

in the calculation shall be equal to the prevailing

price reported in Inside FERC's Gas Market Report under

the heading of "Index" for "Southern Natural Gas Co.

(Louisiana) for the first day of each month, or the

earliest day of such month if such price is not reported

for the first day until Pipeline files to revise this

FERC Gas Tariff and may, in its reasonable judgment,

select a representative price in the interim period,

subject to refund.


(c) Cash-out Procedures

(1)Imbalance Due Pipeline - In the event of an imbalance

caused when delivery quantities exceed receipt

quantities and such imbalance was not resolved pursuant to

paragraph 14.7(a) of this section, Pipeline shall invoice

Customer for such imbalances as follows.


(i) Such bill shall be calculated by multiplying the

total imbalance by the index price

multiplied by one or more of the following



Imbalance Level Factor


0% - ó 5% 1.00

5% - ó 10% 1.10

Greater than 10% 1.20


The imbalance level shall be calculated by

dividing the imbalance by the scheduled delivery

quantities. To the extent an imbalance is