Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1-B

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Effective Date: 06/01/2003, Docket: RP00-343-006, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 73 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 73 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 73

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS - continued

 

29.4 ADVISORY ACTIONS

 

In the event Transporter determines that action is required to

alleviate or forestall a situation in which system pressure is not

maintained or when the overall operational integrity of the system

or any portion of the system is jeopardized, Transporter may take

the Advisory Actions set out herein to alleviate or forestall the

development of such a situation.

 

a. Transporter may request Shippers or other entities affecting

its system to take any of the following actions, or other

similar actions, to the extent such actions would tend to

alleviate the situation, on a voluntary basis:

 

(i) Increase or decrease the storage/supply mix of

deliveries;

 

(ii) Shift receipts to obtain better Capacity Balance;

 

(iii) Change Receipt or Delivery Points;

 

(iv) Change usage patterns (e.g., end users switch to

alternate fuels);

 

(v) Provide assistance from market area resources;

 

(vi) Activate pre-negotiated voluntary arrangements under

which Gas is diverted from one Shipper to another or

from a non-Shipper to a Shipper (which arrangements

may specify appropriate compensation);

 

(vii) Reconcile Transportation Imbalances; and/or

 

(viii)Such other voluntary action as would tend to alleviate

or forestall the situation.

 

b. Transporter may also take actions within its control which

might tend to alleviate or forestall the situation. Such

actions may include the following:

 

(i) Advise any Shipper which is not maintaining receipts

and deliveries in Balance (after taking into account

such Shipper's storage rights) that such Imbalances

must not continue;