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First Revised Sheet No. 89 First Revised Sheet No. 89 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 89

 

RATE SCHEDULE FSS - continued

 

 

c. The Fuel Reimbursement Quantity will be determined pursuant to

Section 15 of the General Terms and Conditions of the FERC Gas

Tariff.

 

3.2 MAXIMUM STORAGE QUANTITY. The Maximum Storage Quantity (MSQ) shall

be the maximum quantity of natural gas in MMBtu which Transporter

agrees to store for the account of Shipper. Such volume (MSQ)

shall be specified in the executed Service Agreement.

 

a. A minimum inventory of ninety-five percent (95%) of the MSQ

must be in place at some time between October 1 and November

15. If the minimum inventory levels are not met, the Maximum

Daily Withdrawal Quantity (MDWQ) will be reduced pro rata for

that heating season.

 

b. In order for Shipper's full MDWQ to be available during

October, a minimum inventory of ninety-five percent (95%) of

the MSQ must be in place by October 1.

 

c. A minimum inventory of forty percent (40%) of the MSQ must be

in place on January 31. If inventory levels are less than

forty percent (40%), the MDWQ will be reduced by fifty percent

(50%).

 

d. Shipper's inventory must not exceed twenty percent (20%) of

the MSQ by March 31. Inventories above twenty percent (20%)

will be subject to the end of season storage inventory charge

found on Sheet No. 4-D of FERC Vol. 1-A. Reservation and

capacity charges will be based on the original contract

quantities.

 

e. Negative storage inventories will not be allowed.

 

3.3 NOMINATIONS. Nominations under the FSS Rate Schedule will

interrupt ISS if necessary in order to secure sufficient capacity

to meet the firm service requirements. However, Transporter will

make reasonable efforts to notify ISS customers before

interruption.