Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC
Fourth Revised Volume No. 1-A
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Effective Date: 08/01/2004, Docket: RP04-336-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 122 First Revised Sheet No. 122 : Effective
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 122
RATE SCHEDULE ISS - continued
2.6 Transporter shall have the ability to waive the specific
provisions of Rate Schedule ISS provided such waiver is non-
discriminatory and does not adversely affect service to other
3. SERVICE DEFINITIONS
3.1 FUEL REIMBURSEMENT QUANTITY.
a. The Fuel Reimbursement Quantity shall be that portion of
Shipper's natural gas received by Transporter for storage
which shall be retained by Transporter as compensation for
the gas used in rendering service to Shipper, including
Company-used gas, and lost and unaccounted for gas. This
gas shall be retained by Transporter reducing the thermally
equivalent volumes available for withdrawal by Shipper. The
Fuel Reimbursement Quantity shall be stated as a percentage
of the natural gas injected by Transporter at the inlet side
of Transporter's storage facility.
b. Title to Fuel Reimbursement Quantity shall vest in
Transporter upon receipt at the inlet side of Transporter's
storage facility at no cost and free and clear of all
c. The Fuel Reimbursement Quantity will be determined pursuant
to Section 15 of the General Terms and Conditions of the
FERC Gas Tariff.
3.2 MAXIMUM STORAGE QUANTITY.
a. The Maximum Storage Quantity (MSQ) shall be the maximum
quantity of natural gas in Dth which Transporter agrees to
store on any day for the account of Shipper should capacity
be available. Such volumes shall be specified in the
executed Service Agreement.
b. Negative storage inventories will not be allowed. If a
Shipper's storage inventory level is negative (less than
zero), Transporter shall deem such negative quantities to be
loaned quantities under Rate Schedule S-PALS and applicable
charges shall result.