K N Wattenberg Transmission LLC

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-144-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 31 First Revised Sheet No. 31 : Effective

Superseding: Substitute Original Sheet No. 31

Interruptible Transportation Service - continue

 

a. COMMODITY CHARGE. The applicable unit commodity

rate set forth in the currently effective Rate

Schedule multiplied by the volume in Dth of gas

delivered by Transporter in the month at the

Delivery Point(s).

 

4.3 Transporter shall not be required to perform or to

continue to perform services under this Rate Schedule

on behalf of any Shipper that has applied for

bankruptcy under Chapters 7 or 11 of the Bankruptcy

Code or on behalf of any Shipper who has an uncontested

unpaid bill over sixty (60) days overdue; provided,

however, that Transporter will not terminate service to

a bankrupt customer in a manner that is inconsistent

with the Federal Bankruptcy Code, and provided further,

that Transporter will not terminate service for

non-payment without first providing appropriate written

notice, as set forth in the General Terms and

Conditions of Transporter's tariff. Such Shipper may

receive service under this Rate Schedule if said

Shipper prepays for such service or, upon fifteen (15)

days notice from Transporter, furnishes good and

sufficient surety bond, or other good and sufficient

security of a continuing nature and in an amount equal

to the cost of performing the transportation service

requested by or provided to Shipper under this Rate

Schedule for a three month period.

 

5. BALANCING.

 

5.1 Thermal balancing of transportation receipts and

deliveries is the responsibility of the Shipper. The

Transporter will provide to the Shipper a monthly

Statement of Gas Transported which will notify the

Shipper of each month's beginning cumulative imbalance,

activity, and ending cumulative imbalance. Imbalances

are to be minimized and are subject to the terms and

conditions of this Tariff.

 

5.2 OVERRECEIPTS. An overreceipt occurs when the Dth

received into the Transporter's system (net of Fuel

Reimbursement) is in excess of the Dth redelivered to

the Shipper's designated location(s).