Kansas Pipeline Company

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Effective Date: 05/11/1998, Docket: CP96-152-015, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 205 First Revised Sheet No. 205 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 205

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

From the SW Quarter of Section 2, Township 20S, Range

8W in Rice County, Kansas, and from the Woods County,

Oklahoma and Comanche County, Kansas, and the Osage

County, Oklahoma,and Cowley County, Kansas, state

line to the Coffey and Franklin County, Kansas and

Coffey and Anderson County, Kansas, lines.

 

(c) Zone 3 shall include portions of Kansas Pipeline's

system as follows:

 

From the Coffey and Franklin County, Kansas and

Coffey and Anderson County,Kansas lines to the

eastern terminus of the system.

 

2. INTERNET COMMUNICATION

 

2.1 Kansas Pipeline has established an Internet

Electronic Communication system ("IEC System"),

for use by any party, including Shippers and potential

Shippers. The IEC System is available on a

nondiscriminatory basis to any party

(hereinafter the "User") that has access to the internet.

Shippers will also have access to proprietary data, provided

that such shipper has been assigned a user identification

(USERID) and password, executes a System Service

Agreement and agrees to comply with the procedures for

use of the System. Kansas Pipeline will provide timely

and equal access to any and all information available

on the IEC System.

 

2.2 The IEC System will provide on-line help, an

interactive search function that permits Users

to locate all information concerning a specific

transaction, and menus that permit Users to access

separately each record in the transportation log,

notices of available capacity, and standards of

conduct information. The IEC System will permit

Users to electronically download a file(s) from the

IEC System and to split files into smaller files

prior to such download. Kansas Pipeline will

maintain and retain daily backup records of the

information displayed on the IEC System for three

years and permit Users to review those records,

which will be archived and reasonably accessible.

Information on the most recent entries will