Central Kentucky Transmission Company

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2006, Docket: CP05- 48-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 152 Original Sheet No. 152 : Effective





15.3 Reservation Charge Credits During Interruption of Firm Transportation

Service Due to No-Force Majeure Events. If during any one or more days

Transporter is unable to provide the quantity of natural gas for firm

transportation service that a Shipper has scheduled for delivery, taking

into consideration an allowable variation of 2%, up to the maximum quantity

that Transporter is obligated under the Service Agreement to delivery to

Shipper, than the reservation charge as otherwise computed shall be reduced

by an amount equal to the applicable daily rate per Dth times the

difference between the quantity of natural gas tendered for delivery during

the day or days in question and the quantity of natural gas scheduled by

Shipper for delivery at primary delivery points during the day or days in

question; provided that if Transporter's inability to perform is due to a

force majeure event described in Section 15.1 of General Terms and

Conditions of Transporter's Tariff, Transporter will be obligated to

provide a partial reduction (50%) of Shipper's reservation charges for

failure to tender delivery at Shipper's primary or secondary delivery

point(s). If Transporter's inability to perform is due to a routine, non-

emergency maintenance event, Transporter will not be obligated to reduce

Shipper's charges, in the manner described herein, for non-delivery at a

secondary delivery point(s) if Shipper re-nominates and Transporter re-

schedules delivery to Shipper's primary delivery point(s).