K N Wattenberg Transmission LLC

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2001, Docket: RP01-313-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 52A First Revised Sheet No. 52A : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 52A

General Terms and Conditions - continued


the demand made by Transporter shall furnish a good and sufficient

surety bond guaranteeing payment to Transporter of the amount

ultimately found due upon such bills after a final determination,

which may be either by agreement or judgment of the courts as may

be the case, then Transporter shall not be entitled to suspend

further service unless and until default be made in the condition

of such bond. If resolution of the dispute is in favor of Shipper

and the Shipper furnished a surety bond and any interest assessed

instead of paying the disputed amount, then the Transporter shall

reimburse Shipper for the cost of securing the surety bond and any

interest assessed. No payment by Shipper or the amount of a

disputed bill shall prejudice the right of Shipper to claim an

adjustment of the disputed bill.


8.2 Any payments received shall first be applied to accrued interest,

then to additional charges due, then to the previously outstanding

principal due, and lastly, to the most current principal due.




a. Upon request, Shipper shall furnish to Transporter, as far in advance

as operations permit, estimates of the expected daily, monthly and

annual quantities of natural gas required by Shipper.


b. Each Party shall use reasonable efforts to deliver, or cause to be

delivered, gas at reasonably uniform hourly and daily rates of flow.

However, either Party may request the other to change the rates of

delivery or receipt. The Party requested to make such changes will do

so to the extent that it can without adversely affecting its

deliveries of gas to any other customer.


c. Transporter shall deliver volumes for Shipper's account concurrently

with the receipt of Receipt Volumes to the extent practicable. The

Parties recognize that they may be unable to control exactly the

quantities of gas received and delivered on any day and that the

quantities received by Transporter may vary