Kentucky West Virginia Gas Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 18-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 42 Original Sheet No. 42 : Superseded




(c) No-Notice Deliveries


Pipeline may direct customers under rate schedules FGS,

FTS, VGS, VGTS, IGS or ITS to increase or decrease

receipts or deliveries of flowing gas to protect Pipeline's

ability to provide no-notice service under rate schedule



If an operational flow order is issued for any reason other than those

described in the preceding paragraphs (a), (b), and (c), Pipeline will

post on its electronic bulletin board and send to the Commission a

detailed explanation containing all relevant information specific to that

individual situation.


16.6 Compliance


Compliance with operational flow orders issued by Pipeline is

essential to Pipeline's ability to provide services under all of

its rate schedules. If any customer fails to comply with an

operational flow order on the day and time of its effectiveness,

Pipeline will notify the customer of such noncompliance as soon

thereafter as practicable, and the customer will have one hour, or

such lesser time as is appropriate under the circumstances, to

comply with the operational flow order. Should such noncompliance

persist, Pipeline shall be authorized, pursuant to this Section 16

to act as the customer's agent in making all arrangements which are

reasonably necessary to bring the customer into compliance with the

operational flow order. If customer and/or customer's supplier,

operator or transporter fail to comply with the terms of an

operational flow order, such customer shall be liable for any

damages including, but not limited to, direct, consequential,

exemplary or punitive damages incurred by Pipeline or any other

party as a result of such failure.


16.7 Reimbursement


If Pipeline is required to divert gas pursuant to an operational

flow order which would otherwise have been delivered to a

customer, Pipeline shall pay the recipient of the operational

flow order for such quantity of gas at a price per dekatherm equal

to the spot market index price for Appalachian production

delivered to Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation in Kentucky as

published in Inside FERC's Gas Market Report for the month in which