Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1-D

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

Original Sheet No. 62 Original Sheet No. 62 : Effective

 

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued

 

 

b. In the event receipts in segments of Transporter's system

exceed scheduled receipts so that high system pressures back

off scheduled receipt quantities, Transporter may issue an

OFO to all Shippers in the affected segment of the system

stating that a high pressure condition exists. All such

operators will be required to check their deliveries into

receipt points on the affected portion of the system. Those

operators who are delivering more than their scheduled

volumes will have four (4) hours to make needed adjustments,

or enter the penalty situation. Shipper(s) responsible for

the high pressure conditions will have four (4) hours to

make needed adjustments or, absent timely compliance, the

Shipper will enter the penalty situation. An OFO issued

pursuant to this Section 27.b. will be canceled by

Transporter when the high pressure condition described above

has been corrected and the imbalances created by the high

pressure condition have been reasonably resolved.

 

c. In the event there is a need for Transporter to engage in

routine and normal maintenance of the Buffalo Wallow System,

to undertake repairs and replacements of lines of pipe, to

schedule DOT compliance activities, to install taps, to make

pig runs, to test equipment, to check or change compressor

internals, or to engage in other similar actions affecting

the capacity of any portions of the Buffalo Wallow System,

Transporter may issue OFO's pursuant to this Section 27.c.

which will contain an estimate of the time, duration, and

impact of the activity. This provision is contained in

Section 16.1 of the General Terms and Conditions of

Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff as applicable to the Buffalo

Wallow System. An event of force majeure may affect

deliveries, but not trigger the need for an operational flow

order pursuant to this Section 27.c. An order issued

pursuant to this Section 27.c. shall be canceled when such

planned maintenance or other activities have been completed.