Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1-B

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Effective Date: 08/01/2004, Docket: RP04-336-000, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 77 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 77 : Effective

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 77

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICE - continued

 

(d) In the event there is a need for Transporter to engage

in routine and normal maintenance of the system, to

undertake repairs and replacement of lines of pipe, to

schedule DOT compliance activities, to install taps,

to make pig runs, to test storage fields, to test

equipment, to check or change compressor internals, or

to engage in other similar actions affecting the

Capacity of any portion of the system, Transporter may

issue Directional Notices pursuant to this Section

29.5(d) which will contain an estimate of the time,

duration, and impact of the activity. This provision

is contained in Section 16.1 of these General Terms

and Conditions. An event of force majeure may affect

deliveries, but not trigger the need for a Directional

Notice pursuant to this Section 29.5(d). An order

issued pursuant to this Section 29.5(d) shall be

canceled when such planned maintenance or other

activities have been completed.

 

(e) Transporter has the right to issue a Directional

Notice and require specified storage inventory levels

under any applicable rate schedule in order to

maintain system integrity. Any such Directional

Notice shall be posted in accordance with the terms

and conditions set forth herein.

 

(f) Directional Notices will be the first items shown in

the Informational Postings portion of Transporter's

Interactive Web Site. Transporter shall also post, as

soon as available, information about operational

parameters which affect when a Directional Notice will

begin and end. Transporter shall provide as much

advance warning as reasonably possible of conditions

which may create the need to issue a Directional

Notice. Transporter shall also provide as much

advance warning as reasonably possible of the issuance

of a Directional Notice. Transporter will endeavor to

post the notice on its Interactive Web Site before

4:00 p.m. Central Time or otherwise will endeavor to

notify Shippers via Transporter's Interactive Web Site

by 4:00 p.m. Central Time that they should check the

web site again at a specified later time to see

whether a Directional Notice will be in effect for the

next Day. Transporter must attempt to give