K N Interstate Gas Transmission Co.

Second Revised Volume No. 1-B

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Effective Date: 11/01/1994, Docket: RP94-397-002, Status: Effective

Sub. First Revised Sheet No. 43 Sub. First Revised Sheet No. 43 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 43

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued

 

 

23.2 VOLUNTARY REALLOCATION RIGHTS

 

Shipper shall have the right to voluntarily reallocate all or a

part of its firm transportation capacity rights to any person who

wants to obtain that capacity by contracting with Transporter.

The acquiring Shipper must meet all tariff requirements for a new

customer. A Shipper, under this firm capacity releasing program,

is defined as either a primary or replacement Shipper. The firm

capacity releasing program would allow all firm capacity holders

to permanently or temporarily release some or all of their

capacity through the pipeline.

 

a. NOTICE BY SHIPPER ELECTING TO RELEASE CAPACITY

 

A Shipper who elects to permanently or temporarily release

firm contract quantities shall post an offer to release

through the electronic bulletin board or submit the

following information in accordance with Section 20 of these

General Terms and Conditions for posting by Transporter. The

release information shall include the following:

 

(1) Shipper's contract number and legal name;

(2) an indication of permanent or temporary release;

(3) the specific daily contract quantity to be released

(no less than 100 MMBtu per day);

(4) the requested effective date of the release;

(5) the requested term of the release;

(6) the replacement Shipper name in a pre-arranged release

(if any);

(7) the receipt and delivery point(s) at which Shipper

will release capacity and the firm quantities to be

released at such point(s);

(8) an indication whether Shipper is willing to release an

amount less than requested and for a shorter time

period than requested;

(9) an indication whether Shipper is willing to release

capacity on a volumetric reservation rate basis;

(10) an indication whether Shipper is willing to release

capacity at a rate lower than Transporter's currently

effective maximum reservation charge(s). If "yes",

Shipper must indicate the minimum rate it is willing

to accept for either fixed or volumetric reservation

rate releases;