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

First Revised Sheet No. 98 First Revised Sheet No. 98 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 98

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued

 

e. Transporter may, on a non-discriminatory basis, issue such

other reasonable OFOs as may be required for the purposes set

forth in this Section 32.1(e) of the General Terms and Conditions

in order to provide the services contemplated by this FERC Gas

Tariff.

 

f. Compliance with the OFOs and the other terms and conditions

of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff is essential to provide

deliveries and services under all rate schedules. A failure by

one or more Shippers to comply with the OFOs may affect

Transporter's ability to provide such deliveries and services.

In such event and in addition to other provisions hereof and not

in lieu of any other remedies available in law or at equity,

Transporter will, except for negligence or undue discrimination,

have no liability consistent with the provisions in Section 27.4

of these General Terms and Conditions.

 

g. In the event a Shipper's gas supplies are diverted to

another Shipper or retained by Transporter as a result of an OFO,

the party receiving such gas supplies shall compensate the

Shipper who gas was diverted or retained at one hundred percent

(100%) of Transporter's cashout index price. Should reduced

deliveries result from the issuance of an OFO, Transporter shall

provide reservation charge credits to Shippers reflecting such

reduced deliveries.

 

32.2 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 the 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 the Transporter sixty

(60) days after it was received by Transporter.