Alabama-Tennessee Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 27-005, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 130 First Revised Sheet No. 130 : Superseded

Superseding: ORIGINAL SHEET NO. 130




(f) Unauthorized Overrun Penalty: If during any

Curtailment Period, any Affected Customer takes,

without Seller's advance approval, a volume of

natural gas in excess of the Curtailment Period

Quantity Entitlement applicable to such customers,

said volume shall constitute unauthorized overrun

volume. For each dth of such unauthorized overrun

volume taken by such customer, such customer shall

pay to Seller a penalty of fifteen dollars ($15.00)

together with and in addition to other charges

otherwise payable by such customer for the period in

which said unauthorized overrun volume was taken;

provided, however, that Seller shall have the right,

without obligation, to waive any penalty for

unauthorized overrun volume under this Section

22.2(f), unless, on or after the day when the penalty

was incurred, deliveries to Seller's other customers

are adversely affected by the taking of said

unauthorized overrun volume or Seller incurs a

penalty from its supplier or Seller's pipeline

operations are impaired as a result of said

unauthorized overrun. The payment of a penalty for

unauthorized overrun shall not, under any

circumstances, be considered as giving any such

customer the right to take unauthorized overrun; nor

shall such payment be considered as a substitute for

any other remedies available to Seller or any other

customer against the offending customer for failure

to adhere to its obligations under the provisions of

this Section 22.2.


(g) Customer Reports: Each customer of Seller shall

promptly furnish such information as Seller may

request from time to time to implement any

curtailment under this Section 22.2, including but

not limited to, (1) the customer's monthly

requirements from Seller by priority of service

categories with supporting data, including

information for individual industrial consumers

served by Seller's customers and (2) the periodic

deliveries from Seller planned by the customer to

implement any allocation of deliveries made effective

under this Section 22.2 during any Curtailment