Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1-D

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

Original Sheet No. 25 Original Sheet No. 25 : Effective









a. If service under this Tariff is interrupted consistent with

this Section 16, Transporter shall not be liable for damages

of any kind, including consequential damages, to Shipper or

others, except for interruptions caused by Transporter's

negligence or willful misconduct.


b. Transporter shall have the right, without liability to

Shipper or consumers, to interrupt the transportation of gas

when necessary to test, alter, modify, enlarge, or repair

any facility or property comprising a part of, or

appurtenant to, its pipeline system, or otherwise related to

the operation thereof. Transporter shall endeavor to cause

a minimum inconvenience to Shipper and consumers. Except in

cases of unforeseen emergency, Transporter shall give

advance notice on the EBB of its intention to so interrupt

the transportation of gas, stating the anticipated timing

and magnitude of each such interruption.




17.1 In the case of an accounting dispute, Transporter will provide

Shipper with the necessary information within five (5) days of the

receipt of written notification of the dispute. Should Shipper

have a disagreement regarding a bill, Shipper must document the

disputed amount and must pay all the undisputed amount to be

exempt from this provision. In the event that Shipper shall fail

to pay any invoice rendered it by Transporter for gas delivered

within sixty (60) days after the same becomes due, Transporter, in

addition to all other remedies which it may have at law may, after

giving Shipper thirty (30) days notice thereafter, suspend the

delivery of gas until payment in full.