Kern River Gas Transmission Company
Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 07/01/2000, Docket: RP00-288-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 618 Original Sheet No. 618 : Effective
RATE SCHEDULE UP-1
Kern River Firm Transportation Services
ARTICLE IV - OPERATING PROCEDURES (Continued)
4.3 Records of Scheduled Quantities. (Continued)
and Transporter's records shall include procedures for the allocation of
the total quantity at such points. Where an allocation of volumes of Gas
is to be made among more than one Shipper at the same Receipt Point, all
such shippers tendering Gas at such Receipt Point shall designate a
single agent who shall be responsible for making daily nominations on
behalf of such shippers and advising Transporter on the allocation of
Gas volumes at such Receipt Point.
4.4 Arrangements Prior to Receipt and After Delivery. It shall be Shipper's
obligation to make any necessary 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 shall be obligated in such arrangements to require dispatching
and operating coordination with Transporter and access to appropriate
charts and records.
4.5 Operating Information and Estimates. Upon reasonable request of
Transporter, Shipper shall from time to time submit its best estimates
of the daily, monthly and annual volumes of Gas to be transported
hereunder, including peak Day requirements, together with such other
operating data as Transporter may require in order to schedule its
operations. Any such best estimates provided under this Section 4.5
shall not supplant the scheduling and dispatching of volumes as provided
in Section 4.1 herein.
4.6 Imbalances With Other Parties. Transporter shall not be responsible for
eliminating imbalances in volumes transported that accrue between
Shipper and any other party, including without limitation any volume
imbalances that accrue between producers or other pipelines and Shipper.
Furthermore, Transporter shall not be obligated to adjust or deviate
from its standard operating and accounting procedures in order to
alleviate any such imbalances.