K N Interstate Gas Transmission Co.

Second Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 11/01/1994, Docket: RP94-397-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 14 First Revised Sheet No. 14 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 14

RATE SCHEDULE FT - continued

 

 

(3) Notwithstanding the charges provided herein,

Transporter has the right to reduce receipts or

deliveries in excess of the MDTQ at any time in its

reasonable discretion, as necessary to protect the

integrity of its system, including the maintenance of

service to other customers.

 

(4) During periods when operational flow orders are in

effect, any overruns would be subject to the

provisions of Section 29 of the General Terms and

Conditions.

 

d. MONTHLY BALANCING.

 

(1) Within twenty-five (25) days of month end, Transporter

will notify Shipper of his monthly imbalance. If

requested by Shipper, cumulative imbalances may be

injected into or withdrawn from a leased storage

service, if available. Injections and withdrawals

will be in accordance with the applicable tariff

provisions and rates governing leased storage.

Imbalances may be traded among a Shipper's

transportation agreements; imbalances may not be

traded between the mainline and Buffalo Wallow

systems.

 

(2) If storage or trading among Shipper's transportation

agreements on the same system are not used to cure the

imbalance, the Shipper may request that his imbalance

be posted on the bulletin board and for the remainder

of that month or at least twenty (20) days, those

imbalances may be traded. To consummate a trade, both

trading parties must inform Transporter via the

electronic bulletin board of their agreement to trade

and their desire for Transporter to offset the

imbalances. After receiving notices from both trading

parties, Transporter will reflect the trade by posting

adjusted imbalances on the EBB.