K N Wattenberg Transmission LLC

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/25/2001, Docket: RP01-424-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 17 Third Revised Sheet No. 17 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 17

 

Firm Transportation Service - cont.

 

forth in Sheet No. 6 of this tariff. Quantities of overrun

gas less than the tolerance, or for which notice has not

been given, will be subject to a charge equal to the

overrun quantity multiplied by the authorized overrun rate

set forth in Sheet No. 6 of this tariff.

 

(3) Notwithstanding the charges provided herein,

Transporter has the right to reduce receipts or deliveries

in excess of the MDTQ at any time in its reasonable

discretion, as necessary to protect the integrity of its

system, including the maintenance of service to other

customers.

 

(4) During periods when operational flow orders are in

effect, any overruns would be subject to the provisions of

Section 32 of the General Terms and Conditions.

 

d. MONTHLY BALANCING.

 

(1) Within twenty (20) days after month end, Transporter

will notify Shipper of its monthly imbalance. Imbalances

may be traded among a Shipper's transportation agreements

as long as the trade reduces the imbalance to Transporter.

 

(2) If trading among Shipper's transportation agreements

on the same system are not used to cure the imbalance, the

Shipper's imbalance will be posted on Transporter's

Interactive Web Site, unless Shipper requests that postings

not be made and for the remainder of that month or at least

ten (10) days, those imbalances may be traded. To

consummate a trade, both trading parties must inform

Transporter via Transporter's Interactive Web Site or

facsimile of their agreement to trade and their desire for

Transporter to offset the imbalances. Trades will be

permitted as long as the Shippers have imbalances in

opposite directions. After receiving notices from both

trading parties, Transporter will reflect the trade by

posting adjusted imbalances on its electronic system.