Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1-B

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Effective Date: 06/01/2003, Docket: RP00-343-006, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 76 Second Revised Sheet No. 76 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 76




(b) In issuing Directional Notices to correct problems

with either too much Gas or insufficient Gas being

received vis-à-vis deliveries, Transporter will

generally follow the following sequence, to the extent

there is sufficient time:


(i) Transporter will require all Shippers out of

Balance to the detriment of the system to

Balance their Agreements.


(ii) Transporter will seek voluntary action from

Shippers, subject to the Shipper and Transporter

negotiating adequate compensation.


(iii) Transporter will interrupt Interruptible

services then being provided if that will

restore system flexibility prior to issuance of

additional Directional Notices or Curtailment of

firm services. Further, this step may also be

taken when Shippers are failing to comply with

previously issued Directional Notices or when

Transporter cannot identify which Shippers are

creating the problem.


(c) In the event receipts in segments of Transporter's

system exceed scheduled receipts so that high system

pressures back off scheduled receipt quantities,

Transporter may issue a Directional Notice to all

Shippers in the affected segment of the system stating

that a high pressure condition exists. All such

Shippers will be required to check their deliveries

into receipt points on the affected portion of the



Those Shippers who are delivering more than their

scheduled volumes will have four (4) hours to make

needed adjustments, or enter the penalty situation.

A Directional Notice issued pursuant to this Section

29.5c will be canceled by Transporter when the high

pressure condition described above has been corrected

and the Imbalances created by the high pressure

condition have been reasonably resolved.