K N Interstate Gas Transmission Co.
First Revised Volume No. 1-D
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Effective Date: 12/02/1994, Docket: RP95- 35-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 6 Original Sheet No. 6 : Superseded
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued
2.14 "Imbalance" means the difference between the Total Energy
Content in MMBtu of transportation gas received by the
Transporter for the Shipper's account and the Total Energy
Content in MMBtu of transportation gas delivered by the
Transporter to the Shipper or for the Shipper's account at the
Shipper's Delivery Point, with due regard given to any Fuel
Reimbursement Quantities, and other deductions.
2.15 "Interested Party(ies)" means for purposes of Section 3 of these
General Terms and Conditions, a Shipper or potential Shipper on
the Buffalo Wallow System.
2.16 "Interruptible" means that Transporter has the right to stop, in
whole or in part, receipt, transportation, or delivery of
natural gas at any time. Transporter shall provide as much
advance notice as is practical to Shipper, except as may
otherwise be specifically provided for in this Buffalo Wallow
2.17 "Interruption" means suspension, either in total or in part, of
service due to the Transporter's inability to provide service to
a Shipper based upon Transporter's reasonable judgment.
2.18 "Lost and Unaccounted-For Gas" means the difference between the
sum of all input quantities of gas received into Transporter's
system and the sum of all output quantities of gas delivered
from Transporter's system, which difference shall exclude
company-used gas and shall include, but not be limited to, gas
vented, storage lost, and loss as a result of an event of force
2.19 "MMBtu" or "dekatherm" ("Dkt") is one million (1,000,000)
British thermal units.
2.20 "Month" is a period beginning at 8:00 eight o'clock a.m. (CST)
or at such other hour as Shipper and Transporter have greed
upon, on the first day of the calendar month and ending at the
same time on the first day of the next month.