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First Revised Sheet No. 21 First Revised Sheet No. 21 : Superseded
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 21
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued
provided in the Transportation Rate Schedules. Shipper and
Transporter shall manage the receipts and deliveries so that the
difference between receipt volumes and delivery volumes shall be
kept as near zero as practicable, taking into account fuel
reimbursement and other deductions. Further, Transporter shall be
under no obligation to accept from Shipper gas in excess of the
Approved Daily Nomination for the Receipt Point for that Day.
Transporter shall not be responsible for eliminating any imbalances in
volumes between Shipper and any third party, including imbalances
between local distribution companies and specific end users.
Furthermore, Transporter shall not be obligated to deviate from its
standard operating and accounting procedures in order to reduce or
eliminate any such third party imbalances.
13. POSSESSION OF GAS
13.1 Shipper agrees to indemnify and hold Transporter harmless against
any loss or cost incurred by Transporter on account of any liens,
encumbrances and claims whatsoever. Transporter agrees to
indemnify and hold Shipper harmless against any loss or cost
incurred by Shipper on account of liens, encumbrances or claims
resulting from any possession or transportation by Transporter.
13.2 Shipper shall be in exclusive control and possession of the gas
until such has been received by Transporter at the Point(s) of
Receipt and after the gas has been delivered to Shipper or for
Shipper's account at the Point(s) of Delivery. The Party which is
or is deemed to be in exclusive control and possession of such gas
shall be responsible for all injury, damage, loss, or liability
caused thereby. Transporter's responsibility with respect to
Shipper's gas shall be deemed to be met if Transporter exercises
due diligence in protecting such gas.