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. 60 Original Sheet No. 60 : Effective






e. Shipper's aggregate MDQ for purposes of

allocating Gas Supply Realignment Costs shall

be reduced by a credit percentage to the

extent Customer takes assignment of a CAM Gas

Supply contract(s). Shipper's credit

percentage shall be calculated as follows:


(1) Shipper's GSR responsibility shall be

equal to an allocation of total NPV of

CAM gas based upon aggregate MDQ under

Rate Schedules FT and NNS.


(2) Shipper's credit percentage shall equal

the NPV of CAM gas associated with the

contract(s) assigned to the Customer

divided by Customer's GSR responsibility.




a. An operational flow order is an order issued

to alleviate conditions, inter alia, which

threaten or could threaten the safe operations

or system integrity, of Transporter's system

or to maintain operations required to provide

efficient and reliable firm service. Whenever

Transporter experiences these conditions, any

pertinent order should be referred to as an

Operational Flow Order. Transporter shall have

the right to issue operational flow orders

(OFO) as specified in this Section if action

is required in order to alleviate conditions

which threaten the integrity of Transporter's

Buffalo Wallow System, to maintain pipeline

operations at the pressures required to

provide an efficient and reliable

transportation service, to have adequate gas

supplies in the system to deliver on demand to

maintain service to all Shippers and for all

services, and/or to maintain the system in

balance for the foregoing purposes. Before

issuing an OFO, Transporter will attempt to

identify specific customers causing a problem

and attempt to remedy those