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First Revised Sheet No. 59 First Revised Sheet No. 59 : Superseded
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 59
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued
26.2 UPSTREAM PIPELINE TRANSITION COSTS.
To the extent Transporter assigns its upstream capacity to its
customers, such customers will be responsible for all costs related
to that capacity. Costs related to any capacity not assigned will
be collected from all FT customers through a demand-based surcharge
26.3 GAS SUPPLY REALIGNMENT TRANSITION COSTS.
Beginning March 1993, Transporter will make available for review
its gas supply contracts which Transporter has determined are not
required to provide MSS Service. Within seven (7) business days
after the Commission issues an order accepting Transporter's
revised Compliance Filing in Docket No. RS92-19, all parties are
free to submit to Transporter, written notice of their binding
election to take direct assignment of specific Transporter supply
contracts. Parties have the right to take assignment of
Transporter's non-CAM gas, to the extent that parties also takes
assignment of the same percentage of net present value share of CAM
gas. Full assignment of contracts will become effective upon
implementation of Transporter's Compliance Filing under Order Nos.
636, 636-A and 636-B. After seven (7) business days from the date
the Commission issues an order accepting Transporter's revised
Compliance Filing in Docket No. RS92-19, Transporter may buyout or
realign its remaining CAM gas supply contracts which have not been
assigned. GSR costs shall include buyout, buydown or other
reformation costs relating to CAM gas contract activity plus
(1) CAM Gas - Gas which K N has under contract and is
currently priced at or above $2.50 per MMBtu delivered
into K N pooling receipt point and for which K N has no
contractual right to terminate the contract, market out,
reduce takes, or control production.