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. 29 Original Sheet No. 29 : Effective





(2) For purposes of sales curtailment, the order

of priorities, from highest to lowest, is as



Priority 1(a)

Priority 1(b)

Priority 2

Priority 3(a)

Priority 3(b)

Priority 4

Priority 5, Step 5

Priority 5, Step 4

Priority 5, Step 3

Priority 5, Step 2

Priority 5, Step 1


(3) Transporter will issue curtailment orders to

sale customers based upon the percentage of

customer's peak day requirements represented

by each curtailment category. Each sales

customer will annually submit to Transporter

a verified statement by September 1, setting

forth the percentage of its peak day

requirements represented by each curtailment

category. In the absence of receipt of such

verification, customer's entire billing

demand shall be deemed to consist of Category

3(b) usage and will be treated as such for

curtailment purposes.


(4) All curtailments in any priority shall be pro

rata and requirements in a category shall be

completely curtailed before any curtailment

is applied to the next highest priority.


(5) In the event that a supply insufficiency is

applicable only to a specific point of sale,

and the only curtailments required relate to

that point of sale, then the curtailment

prescribed above may be limited to customers

served through such point.