K N Interstate Gas Transmission Co.
Third Revised Volume No. 1-B
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Effective Date: 08/01/1996, Docket: RP96-296-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 52 Original Sheet No. 52 : Superseded
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued
23.8 EXECUTION OF AGREEMENTS
a. Parties wishing to bid on released capacity can
enter into a nonspecific FT, FSS or NNS
Agreement(s) prior to bidding on capacity to speed
the process. The agreement(s) will allow
creditworthiness evaluation and execution to be
done ahead of time so that only preparation and
issuance of appendices to the agreement will be
necessary before released capacity may be used.
b. Both amendments to existing service agreements and
new service agreements must be executed and
returned to Transporter no later than 24 hours
prior to the nomination deadline applicable to the
release and acquisition. The replacement Shipper
may nominate when (1) Transporter receives a
release notification for a prearranged release
(prearranged only for releases at maximum rate or
releases for less than one month), or (2) the
replacement Shipper places its bid for capacity.
Any amendment or service agreement received after
such date may not be effective until the next day
for which flow can be nominated. If the release
notification or bid conflicts with Transporter's
nomination procedures, Transporter will treat the
nomination as a late filed nomination and schedule
this capacity on a reasonable efforts basis.
c. The replacement Shipper acquiring temporary or
permanently released capacity shall execute a
service agreement with Transporter for the
contract quantities acquired in accordance with
the applicable rate schedule under which the
releasing Shipper contracted for service. The
replacement Shipper is subject to Transporter's
operational provisions as stated in this tariff.
Transporter will bill the replacement Shipper for
all charges due, including imbalance and overrun
charges. All releases of firm capacity will be
contracted for by Transporter as firm
transportation, regardless of the interruption
conditions imposed by the releasing Shipper.