Surface Machinery and Methods for Oil-Well Pumping Page: 50
50 SURFACE MACHINERY AND METHODS FOR OIL-WELL PUMPING.
SCHEDULE P-4--OIL-FIELD SERVICE.
Applicable to all power service supplied to equipment used for pumping oil
wells, operating and gathering pumps, leased line pumps and dehydrating
plants, in connection with the production of oil.
Entire territory served.
One-fourth cent per kilowatt hour.
One dollar and twenty-five cents per horsepower of connected load per month,
but not less than $12.50 per month.
When delhydrators are used the minimum charge for this load together with
any other load will be at the rate of $1 per kilowatt of maximum demand, but
not less than $1 per kilowatt of necessary transformer capacity required.
a. Service under this schedule to be supplied at 110, 220, or 440 volts at the
option of the consumer. All necessary transformers to obtain such voltage will
be supplied, owned, and maintained by the company.
SCHEDULE P-5-WHOLESALE POWER SERVICE.
Applicable to general power and resale service delivered at a standard voltage
of 2,200 volts or more.
Entire territory served.
Service at standard distribution voltage of 2,200 volts or more--
(Kilowatts of maximum demand per month.)
First 200 kilowatts or less per month$----------230 per month.
Next 300 kilowatts per month________ __--$1 per kilowatt.
All over 500 kilowatts per month_____ -- ___--- $0.90per kilowatt.
(Kilowatt-hour per kilowatt of maximum demand per month.)
Oil field Resale and
service other service
(per kw. h) (per kw. h.)
First 300 kilowatt-hours, per kilowatt_____----- _------ $0.85 $0. 75
All over 300 kilowatt-hours, per kilowatt---------------- .70 .60
Service from transmission lines at standard transmission voltage:
The rate is the same as set forth under Rate (A) above, less 10 per cent.
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