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

Second Revised Sheet No. 82 Second Revised Sheet No. 82 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 82

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued

 

29.12 REPORTING

 

Within 30 Days after a Critical Time Operational Flow Order has

been lifted, Transporter will post on its Interactive Web Site a

report which describes the specific operational factors which

caused the Critical Time Operational Flow Order to be issued and

then lifted.

 

29.13 UNAUTHORIZED GAS

 

Transporter will notify operators by approximately the 15th of

each Month of their level of Unauthorized Gas for the preceding

calendar Month. Transporter will post on its Interactive Web Site

by approximately the 15th of each Month quantities of Unauthorized

Gas in the preceding Month which cannot be attributed to any

Party. Any Operator who delivers unscheduled Natural Gas onto

Transporter's system will be given sixty (60) Days from the date

Transporter provides notice to the Operator that such Gas has been

received, to deliver it off the system or schedule it for

delivery, or it will become the property of Transporter at the end

of the 60 Day period. If the Party who delivered such Gas onto

Transporter's system is not known, the Gas will become the

property of Transporter sixty (60) Days after it was received by

Transporter. The value of any Gas retained by Transporter

pursuant to this Section 29.13 will be credited back to Shippers

pursuant to Section 35 of these General Terms and Conditions. The

value of the Gas retained will be determined by multiplying the

volume of Gas retained (dth) by the lowest weekly average spot gas

price for CIG (or superseding reference) as published in "Natural

Gas Intelligence" for the month in which the Gas was retained.

 

30. Reserved for Future Use.

 

31. OPERATIONAL BALANCING AGREEMENTS

 

31.1 Terms Governing. For the purpose of minimizing operational

conflicts between various natural gas facilities with respect to the

delivery of gas to and from Transporter's facilities, Transporter is

willing to negotiate and execute OBAs with appropriate parties that

operate natural gas facilities interconnecting with Transporter's system

(any such party will be referred to herein as the "OBA Party"). Such

OBAs shall specify the gas custody transfer procedures to be followed by

Transporter and the OBA Party for the confirmation of scheduled

quantities to be received by

 

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