Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1-B

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Effective Date: 12/01/2003, Docket: RP00-343-006, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 11D Original Sheet No. 11D : Effective




c. Transporter may rely on communications from Shipper's

designated representative for all purposes except to the

extent the designation is explicitly limited as specified in

the preceding Section 3.13(b). Communications by

Transporter to such designated representative shall be

deemed notice to Shipper except to the extent the

representative's authority is explicitly limited with

respect to the receipt of notice under the procedure set out

in said Section 3.13(b).


d. Any third party may administer multiple Agreements as the

designated representative for one or more Shippers.

However, such representative shall separately administer and

account for each such Agreement.




(a) A Shipper may segment its own firm Capacity to the extent

operationally feasible. In addition, any Shipper may segment

its firm Capacity in releasing to a Replacement Shipper to

the extent operationally feasible. A Shipper segmenting its

own firm Capacity shall effectuate such segmentation through

the nomination process under this Section 3.14. Prior to

segmenting their Transportation Capacity, NNS customers will

be required to release the embedded Firm Transportation.

When NNS customers segment the embedded Firm Transportation,

storage will be the primary receipt point and all other

receipt points will be secondary. If the embedded Firm

Transportation is segmented, the availability of NNS will be

reduced accordingly. A Shipper may release firm Capacity on

a segmented basis to the extent consistent with this Section

3.14 by following the procedures set out in Section 23 of

these General Terms and Conditions.