Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1-B

 Contents / Previous / Next / Main Tariff Index

 

 

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

Second Revised Sheet No. 81 Second Revised Sheet No. 81 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 81

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE - continued

 

(c) Transporter may issue a Critical Time Operational Flow

Orders as described in Section 29.6 during a Critical Time.

Transporter will waive (i) injection storage charges under

Rate Schedules FSS, ISS and NNS for Shippers that provide

extra Gas to the system during a Critical Time when there is

a need for more Gas, and (ii) withdrawal storage charges

under Rate Schedules FSS, ISS and NNS for Shippers that

increase takes from the system during a Critical Time when

there is a need to reduce the amount of Gas on the system.

 

(d) All quantities tendered on a net contract basis to

Transporter and/or taken by Shipper on a daily basis in

violation of Transporter's Critical Time Operational Flow

Orders issued during a Critical Time shall constitute

unauthorized receipts or deliveries for which a charge of

$25 per Dth plus the gas index price pursuant to Section

5.2.d(3) of Rate Schedule FT, Volume 1-A for the Days the

Critical Time Operational Flow Order is in place shall be

assessed and the resulting Imbalance will be reduced to

zero.

 

(e) Notice of a Critical Time Operational Flow Order will be

posted on Transporter's Interactive Web Site, and will be the

first information item shown on the informational postings

portion of the web site. 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 the 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 Critical Time Operational Flow Order

will be in effect for the next Day. Transporter must attempt

to give actual notice of a Critical Time Operational Flow

Order via e-mail, facsimile or telephone (provided a Shipper

has given the number to Transporter as required in Section

29) at least four (4) hours prior to the start of the Day

before a Critical Time Operational Flow Order will be

effective as to a Shipper(s). Such notice shall specify the

anticipated duration of the Critical Time Operational Flow

Order and whether other charges will apply to over-receipts

and under-deliveries vis-à-vis confirmed nominations or to

under-receipts and over-deliveries vis-à-vis confirmed

nominations. If reasonably possible, a Critical Time

Operational Flow Order will be effective at the start of a

Day and will continue until the end of the Day and through

the end of successive Days until Transporter notifies

Shippers via the informational postings portion of