Ozark Gas Transmission System

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/15/1997, Docket: RP97-429-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 141 First Revised Sheet No. 141 : Superseded

Superseding: Substitute Original Sheet No. 141






Transporter at the Point of Delivery. Such

volume is equal to the volume of gas received

from Shipper at the applicable Receipt Point(s)

less Fuel Usage and Applicable Shrinkage.


16.2 Maximum Daily Quantity is defined as the maximum

daily quantity of gas expressed in MMBtu that

Transporter is obligated under an executed ITS

Agreement to transport on behalf of Shipper.


16.3 Fuel Usage and Applicable Shrinkage is defined as

the quantity of natural gas retained

by Transporter for fuel usage, leakage, blow-down,

minor line pack fluctuations, and lost and

unaccounted for gas.




17.1 Transporter agrees to install promptly metering and

interconnection facilities in those instances when new

facilities are necessary to accommodate the delivery of

gas under this ITS Rate Schedule out of Transporter's

system for delivery to a Local Distribution Company,

municipality, electric utility, Independent Power

Producer or direct end user, if Shipper agrees to

reimburse Transporter for the costs incurred for such

installation. Such facilities shall interconnect at a

point that does not cause operational constraints or

adversely affect the safety and reliability of

Transporter's system. Provided further, that

Transporter shall not be required to install any

facilities extending beyond Transporter's existing

rights-of-way. In all circumstances covered by this

Section 17, Shipper shall pay the costs for the

installation of the described facilities, as set forth

in Section 17.3. Transporter may agree, on a non-

discriminatory basis, to pay for all or a portion of

such costs based on whether such facilities will be

economically beneficial to Transporter.