Kansas Pipeline Company

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Effective Date: 05/11/1998, Docket: CP96-152-015, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 248 First Revised Sheet No. 248 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 248



(c) the greater of $15 or four times the daily spot

price as defined in Section 1.6 for each Dt which

exceeds authorized delivery levels by more than 15%


For purposes of this Section 12.13,an extreme

condition situation exists on any portion of Kansas

Pipeline's system when throughput approaches capacity,

when weather conditions so require, or when operating

pressures on the affected portion are significantly less

than or greater than normal system operating pressures

despite Kansas Pipeline's efforts to maintain normal

pressures, and a further decline or increase

in operating pressures would impair Kansas Pipeline's

ability to receive or deliver Quantities of Gas in

accordance with its service obligations. Kansas

Pipeline may declare an extreme condition situation

for the portion of its system affected by

the extreme condition situation by notifying the meter

operator(s) and Shipper(s) through the IEC System and

by telephone and facsimile communication. Once

declared, Kansas Pipeline will post notification of the

extreme condition situation on the IEC System at the

commencement of each Day until Kansas Pipeline notifies

the meter operator(s) and the Shipper(s) through the

IEC System and telephone and facsimile communication

that the extreme condition situation has ended.

When an extreme condition situation is declared to

become effective at any time other than the

commencement of any Day, Shippers will use their best

efforts to bring deliveries to nominated levels as soon

as possible but in no event later than two (2) hours,

after which the increased Daily Scheduling Charge

provided for in this Section 12.13 shall be applied to

variances in excess of the 3% tolerance level.


12.14 Upon termination of firm or interruptible

Transportation Service, Shipper shall reduce to zero

any remaining imbalance within Sixty (60) Days of the

date that Kansas Pipeline notifies Shipper of such

imbalance. Such reduction may be accomplished by

assigning the imbalance within MAIQ to another firm

or interruptible Service Agreement as long as such

assignment will not result in an imbalance in

excess of MAIQ on the Service Agreement to which the

imbalance is assigned. If Shipper does not reduce the