Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1-B

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Effective Date: 12/28/1999, Docket: GT00- 19-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 60 Original Sheet No. 60 : Effective

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued

 

 

Notwithstanding any such election, if Shipper's contract

terminates during the Amortization Period, applicable to Shipper,

in which such payments are to be made, Transporter shall, at

Shipper's option, either: (1) bill Shipper within 45 days after

such notice of termination, a one-time charge for the remaining

unamortized Buyout-Buydown Obligation, excluding future interest;

or (2) continue billing in accordance with Shipper's prior

elections.

 

25.7 RESERVATIONS.

 

Transporter therefore reserves the rights to flow through

Additional Buyout-Buydown Obligations that are billed to

Transporter pursuant to any such future filings by upstream

pipelines.

 

 

 

26. TRANSITION COST RECOVERY MECHANISMS.

 

26.1 ACCOUNT 191 TRANSITION COSTS.

 

a. Transporter will not recover any formerly

non-jurisdictional gas costs in the liquidation of

Account 191. Transporter will recover or refund,

by direct bill or payment, all jurisdictional

Account 191 balances remaining upon the effective

date of its implementation of the restructuring

filing. Any billing disputes or out-of-period

costs will be resolved within nine (9) months of

Transporter's effective RS implementation date.

Payment for the recovery of disputed costs must be

made within twelve (12) months of the resolution

of the dispute. Recoveries and refunds will

include carrying charges to the extent required by

this section. The Account 191 balance related to

demand charges will be allocated to customers

based on the 1992 sales billing demand units. The

commodity balance will be allocated to customers

based on the actual 1992 sales deliveries.