K N Wattenberg Transmission LLC

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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-144-006, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 34 Second Revised Sheet No. 34 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 34

b. Shipper shall include in the nomination

the daily quantity of gas to be received

by Transporter (including Shipper's

transportation volumes and Btu levels,

daily overrun volumes which may be

nominated as a separate transaction, any

daily volumes to satisfy past imbalances,

and fuel reimbursement quantities for

volumes at each specified Receipt Point),

Shipper defined begining and ending

dates, and the daily quantity to be

delivered by Transporter at each

specified delivery point for the gas day

to commence at 9:00 a.m.(CT) of the

desired day, but no sooner than the

following day. All nominations, including

intra-day nominations, should be based on

a daily quantity; thus, an intra-day

nominator need not submit an hourly

nomination. Intra-day nominations should

include an effective date and time. The

interconnected parties should agree on

the hourly flow of the intra-day

nomination, if not otherwise addressed in

the Service Agreement or Transporter's

Tariff. All nominations, excluding intra-

day nominations, have rollover options.

Specifically, Shippers have the ability

to nominate for several days, months, or

years, provided the nomination begin and

end dates are within the term of the

Shipper's Service Agreement. Intra-day

nominations do not rollover, nor do they

replace the remainder of a standing

nomination. There is no need to re-

nominate if an intra-day nomination

modifies an existing nomination. The

total receipt nominations less the fuel

reimbursement quantity must equal the

equivalent thermal quantity of delivery

nominations. Transactions to which

different rates apply shall be nominated



c. Transporter initiates confirmation of all

nominations with upstream and downstream

parties with the caveat that the

Transporter may relieve the obligation of

parties to send confirmation.