Kern River Gas Transmission Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2002, Docket: RP01-190-002, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 747 Second Revised Sheet No. 747 : Effective

Superseding: Sub First Revised Sheet No. 747



Kern River Firm Transportation Services





15.1 Receipt Point(s). (Continued)


amount no less than the amount of the DMDQ released. Following

expiration of the term of any Release which is not a permanent

Release, Shipper shall be entitled to utilize the Primary Receipt

Points which the Replacement Shipper was entitled to utilize at

the time of expiration of the Release Term, up to the amount of

the Replacement Shipper's respective Receipt Point Entitlement at

each such point.


(c) In the event Shipper permanently releases only a portion of its

Transportation rights to a Replacement Shipper under Section 15 of

the General Terms and Conditions of this tariff, Shipper's

aggregate Receipt Point Entitlements must be released by the same

percentage as Shipper's DMDQ and aggregate Delivery Point

Entitlements are released.


15.2 Transporter's Receipt Pressure. Shipper shall deliver, or cause to be

delivered, to Transporter the Gas at the Receipt Point(s) at sufficient

pressures to effect delivery thereof into Transporter's facilities

against the pressures at such point(s), but Shipper shall not be

obligated to deliver or cause to be delivered such Gas to Transporter in

excess of the minimum receipt pressures as stated on Exhibit "A" to the

Transportation Service Agreement.


15.3 Delivery Point(s).


(a) The Primary Delivery Point(s) at which Transporter will deliver

Gas for Shipper's account are set forth in Exhibit "B" to the

Transportation Service Agreement. Exhibit "B" also states a

Delivery Point Entitlement for each Primary Delivery Point which

is the maximum Quantity of Gas Transporter is obligated to deliver

at such Primary Delivery Point on any Day. Shipper may add

Primary Delivery Points to its Transportation Service Agreement,

or increase or decrease the amount of Shipper's Delivery