K N Wattenberg Transmission LLC

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/02/1998, Docket: RP99- 73-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 11 First Revised Sheet No. 11 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 11

 

 

Firm Transportation Service - cont.

 

3. SERVICE DEFINITIONS

 

3.1 PRIMARY AND SECONDARY POINTS.

 

a. Primary Point(s). Primary receipt points are those

receipt points on Transporter's system, as specified in an

executed FT service Agreement between Shipper and

Transporter, at which Transporter shall receive gas from

Shipper, or for Shipper's account, for transportation under

the Agreement. Primary delivery points are those points on

Transporter's system, as specified in the Service

Agreement, at which Transporter shall redeliver gas to

Shipper, or for Shipper's account, under the Agreement.

The volume specified for a primary point shall not exceed

the available firm capacity at that point.

 

b. Secondary Receipt Point(s). A Shipper holding FT Service

may nominate from any number of Secondary Receipt Points

subject to the provisions below. The sum of the nominated

quantities at all Primary and Secondary Receipt Points,

less other deductions, shall not exceed the Maximum Daily

Transportation Quantity (MDTQ) of the Agreement on any

given day.

 

c. Secondary Delivery Point(s). A Shipper holding FT Service

may nominate from any number of Secondary Delivery Points

subject to the provisions below. The sum of the nominated

quantities at all Primary and Secondary Delivery Points

shall not exceed the Maximum Daily Transportation Quantity

(MDTQ) of the Agreement on any given day.

 

d. Nominations at Primary or Secondary Points. Shippers

served under FT rate schedules may nominate at either

primary or secondary points. Nominations at a secondary

point will not interrupt FT service which uses that point

as a primary point. However, nominations at secondary

points will interrupt IT service, if necessary, in order to

secure sufficient capacity to meet the firm service

requirements, provided that interruption shall not occur

until Transporter has given IT service customers a 24-hour

notice, unless interruption is due to an Intra-day nomination

in which Section 6 of this Rate Schedule will apply.