K N Interstate Gas Transmission Co.
Second Revised Volume No. 1-B
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Effective Date: 11/01/1994, Docket: RP94-397-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 20 First Revised Sheet No. 20 : Superseded
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 20
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued
10.1 Shipper shall pay Transporter, at its designated office on or
before the first day of each month for the invoice rendered by
Transporter in the prior month to Shipper. However, payment shall
never be due until ten days from the receipt of Transporter's
invoice. Any amount not paid when due shall bear interest at the
rate specified in Section 154.67 of the Commission's regulations
from the due date until paid.
10.2 Any payments received shall first be applied to accrued interest,
then to additional charges due, then to the previously outstanding
principal due, and lastly, to the most current principal due.
11. OPERATIONS BY SHIPPER
11.1 Upon any request Shipper shall furnish to Transporter, as far in
advance as operations permit, estimates of the expected daily,
monthly and annual quantities of natural gas required by Shipper.
11.2 At each Point of Receipt and Point of Delivery, each Party shall
use reasonable efforts to deliver, or cause to be delivered, gas at
reasonably uniform hourly and daily rates of flow; provided,
however, either Party may request the other Party to change the
rates of delivery or receipt. The Party requested to make such
changes will do so to the extent that it can, in its judgment,
without adversely affecting its deliveries of gas to any other
11.3 Transporter shall, to the extent reasonable, deliver volumes for
Shipper's account concurrently with the receipt of Receipt Volumes.
It is recognized that the Parties may be unable to control exactly
the quantities of gas received and delivered on any Day and that
the quantities received by Transporter may vary from the quantities
delivered on any Day. Such variations shall be kept to the minimum
and shall be balanced as soon as practicable. Monthly cumulative
net variations may result in the application of charges as