K N Wattenberg Transmission LLC

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/05/1998, Docket: RP99-141-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 16 First Revised Sheet No. 16 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 16



Firm Transportation Service - cont.


5.2 MONTHLY BILL. Commencing for the month in which the FT Service

Agreement is effective and each month thereafter, Transporter

shall charge and Shipper shall pay Transporter the sum of the

following amounts:


a. RESERVATION CHARGE. The reservation charge shall be the

product of:


(1) the Maximum Reservation Rate as stated on Sheet No.

6 for each Primary Path, unless otherwise agreed to

in writing; and


(2) the MDDQ specified by Primary Path in Shipper's FT

Service Agreement.


b. COMMODITY CHARGE. The commodity rate multiplied by the

volume in Dth of gas delivered by Transporter during the

month at the Point(s) of Delivery.




(1) Authorized Overrun Charge. If on any day

Transporter has capacity available and Shipper

desires to transport gas exceeding the Maximum Daily

Transportation Quantity (by accepting separate

nominations in excess of those quantities)

Transporter may authorize delivery of the gas.

Quantities of gas moved in excess of the MDTQ will

be subject to a charge equal to the authorized

overrun rate as shown on Sheet No. 6 of this tariff.


(2) Unauthorized Overrun Charge. A daily overrun charge

shall be paid by Shipper for taking a daily quantity

of gas which was not nominated exceeding the level

to which deliveries have been curtailed, or in the

aggregate, exceeding the Maximum Daily

Transportation Quantity (MDTQ). Quantities of

overrun gas in excess of the greater of five percent (5%)

or 50 Dth over the above quantities, following a notice

period of forty-eight (48) hours or such shorter period

as deemed necessary by Transporter to protect its

system integrity, will be subject to a charge equal

to the quantity in excess of the tolerance

multiplied by the rate for unauthorized overruns set