K N Wattenberg Transmission LLC

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/22/1998, Docket: RP98-192-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 79 Original Sheet No. 79 : Effective

 

 

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued

 

b. Transporter shall have the right, without liability to

Shipper or consumers, to interrupt the transportation of

gas when necessary to test, alter, modify, enlarge, or

repair any facility or property comprising a part of, or

appurtenant to, its pipeline system, or otherwise related

to the operation thereof. Transporter shall endeavor to

cause a minimum inconvenience to Shipper and consumers.

Except in cases of unforeseen emergency, Transporter shall

give advance notice of its intention to interrupt the

transportation of gas, stating the anticipated timing and

magnitude of each such interruption.

 

28. SERVICE AGREEMENT/RIGHT OF FIRST REFUSAL PROCESS

 

Shippers under Rate Schedule FT with a term of one (1) year or more

may exercise the Right of First Refusal. Such agreements are not

subject to pregranted abandonment provided notice is given as

described herein. A firm Shipper may elect to retain a portion of its

capacity, subject to the Right of First Refusal process and have

Transporter's pregranted abandonment authority apply to the remainder

of the capacity. For the purpose of exercising the Right of First

Refusal, a Shipper paying a Negotiated Rate will be subject to the

provisions of Section 24. The process for exercising the Right

of First Refusal is as follows:

 

28.1 NOTICE

 

Transporter will provide no more than nine (9) months, and not

less than six (6) months advance written notice of pending

contract expiration to firm Shippers with contract terms of one

(1) year or more. Shippers must give notice to Transporter no

less than four (4) months before the expiration of its firm

throughput contract that is wishes Transporter to post its

capacity to begin the Right of First Refusal process.