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

Second Revised Sheet No. 95 Second Revised Sheet No. 95 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 95



efficient and reliable transportation services, to have adequate gas

supplies in the system to deliver on demand (including injection of

gas into the mainline, and providing line pack in the right quantity

at the right place and time), 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 problems. Upon issuing an OFO, Transporter shall

notify all affected Shippers by telephone and facsimile as well as

by providing the information through Electronic Notice Delivery

consistent with GISB Standards as adopted in Section 23 of these

General Terms and Conditions. Transporter will also post the notice

on the Information Postings portion of its Interactive Website.

Shipper must notify Transporter of the name and telephone number of

a person who will be available on a twenty-four (24) hour basis to

receive notice of the issuance of an OFO. Transporter will give a

twenty-four (24) hour phone number in the notice. Where

operationally feasible, service to interruptible Shippers will be

suspended prior to issuing an OFO interrupting service to firm



If an OFO is issued, Transporter will direct one or more Shippers to

adjust receipts and/or deliveries at specific point(s) on

Transporter's system. Transporter reserves the right to request

holders of Firm Transportation Service under Rate Schedule FT to use

primary receipt and/or delivery points on their transportation

agreement to maintain the integrity of the system. The declaration

to the affected parties of operational flow orders, critical

periods, and/or critical notices shall describe the conditions and

the specific responses required from the affected parties.


All quantities tendered on a net contract basis to Transporter

and/or taken by Shipper on a daily basis in violation of

Transporter's operational flow orders shall constitute unauthorized

receipts or deliveries for which a charge of $25 per Dth plus the

gas index price pursuant to Section 5.2 d(3) of Rate Schedule FT of

this tariff, the days the Operational Flow Order is in place shall

be assessed and the resulting imbalance will be reduced to zero.

Shippers will be exempt from penalties on imbalances that result

from complying with an OFO. Upon an operational flow order becoming

effective, as specified in the operational flow order or as provided

in this Section 32 of General Terms and Conditions, Shipper, OFO

party, or operator of the facilities connecting with Transporter's

facilities shall be permitted the time stated in the OFO, or such

lesser time as is required to protect the integrity of Transporter's

system, to make adjustments in compliance