Kern River Gas Transmission Company
Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 09/06/2004, Docket: RP04-444-000, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 103 Second Revised Sheet No. 103 : Effective
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 103
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
10. OPERATING AND BALANCING PROCEDURES
10.1 General Procedure. Shipper will notify Transporter electronically
on Transporter's Designated Site or by other modes of
communication (if mutually agreed upon by Shipper and Transporter)
each Day (or other time periods as mutually agreed upon by Shipper
and Transporter) of the Transportation service and Quantity of Gas
it desires scheduled on the following Day in accordance with
Section 13.1. Transporter will advise Shipper on Transporter's
Designated Site or by other modes of communication (if mutually
agreed upon by Shipper and Transporter) of the Quantity it will
accept for Transportation, which Quantity will be the scheduled
Quantity unless operating conditions require an adjustment.
10.2 Limitation Upon Transporter's Daily Transportation Obligation.
Transporter will not be obligated to deliver to Shipper on any Day
a greater Quantity of Gas, on a Thermally Equivalent basis, than
it has received from Shipper on such Day, reduced by the Quantity
required for fuel used and lost and unaccounted-for gas.
10.3 Records of Scheduled Quantities. Transporter will keep accurate
records of the Quantities of Gas scheduled for Transportation and
any imbalances, which records will be made available to Shipper at
its request. If Shipper's Gas is commingled with other Gas at the
Receipt Point(s) or at the Delivery Point(s), the scheduling
arrangements and Transporter's records will include procedures for
the division of the total Quantity at such points.
10.4 Arrangements Prior to Receipt and After Delivery. It will be
Shipper's obligation to make arrangements with other parties for
delivery of Gas into Transporter's system at the Receipt Point(s)
and for receipt of Gas after Transportation at the Delivery
Point(s). Shipper will be obligated in such arrangements to
require dispatching and operating coordination with Transporter
and access to appropriate charts and records. Such arrangements
will be satisfactory to Transporter.
10.5 Operating Information and Estimates. Upon request of Transporter,
Shipper will from time to time submit estimates of the daily,
monthly and annual Quantities of Gas to be transported hereunder
together with such other operating data as Transporter may require
in order to schedule its operations.