Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1-B

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Effective Date: 12/28/1999, Docket: GT00- 19-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 22 Original Sheet No. 22 : Effective








11.1 Upon any request Shipper shall furnish to Transporter,

as far in advance as operations permit, estimates of

the expected daily, monthly and annual quantities of

natural gas required by Shipper.


11.2 At each Point of Receipt and Point of Delivery, each

Party shall use reasonable efforts to deliver, or cause

to be delivered, gas at reasonably uniform hourly and

daily rates of flow; provided, however, either Party

may request the other Party to change the rates of

delivery or receipt. The Party requested to make such

changes will do so to the extent that it can, in its

judgment, without adversely affecting its deliveries of

gas to any other customer.


11.3 Transporter shall, to the extent reasonable, deliver

volumes for Shipper's account concurrently with the

receipt of Receipt Volumes. It is recognized that the

Parties may be unable to control exactly the quantities

of gas received and delivered on any Day and that the

quantities received by Transporter may vary from the

quantities delivered on any Day. Such variations shall

be kept to the minimum and shall be balanced as soon as

practicable. Monthly cumulative net variations may

result in the application of charges as

provided in the Transportation Rate Schedules. Shipper

and Transporter shall manage the receipts and

deliveries so that the difference between receipt

volumes and delivery volumes shall be kept as near zero

as practicable, taking into account fuel reimbursement

and other deductions. Further, Transporter shall be

under no obligation to accept from Shipper gas in

excess of the Approved Daily Nomination for the Receipt

Point for that Day.