Kansas Pipeline Company

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Effective Date: 12/01/1999, Docket: CP96-152-023, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 261 Second Revised Sheet No. 261 : Effective

Superseding: Sub First Revised Sheet No. 261



15.2 Kansas Pipeline shall be entitled to recover all

increases in the Transok minimum monthly lease

payment established in Article 4.1 of the Transok

Lease through a limited NGA Section 4 filing to

Adjust the Zone 1 Reservation Charge under any

firm Rate Schedule and the Zone 1 Usage Charge

under Rate Schedule IT.


15.3 Shippers shall be required to furnish Gas retained

by Transok from time to time as compressor fuel and

lost and unaccounted for gas. Fuel percentages retained by

Transok under the Transok Lease shall be posted for

Informational purposes on Kansas Pipeline's IEC.





Billing under Rate Schedules: The imbalance statement

shall be rendered prior to or with the invoice, and the

transportation invoice shall be prepared on or before the 9th

business day after the end of the production month. Rendered

is defined as postmarked, or facsimile transmission and

delivered to the designated site.


If Shipper's payment differs from the invoice, Shipper

will provide remittance detail to Kansas Pipeline.

Shipper will designate invoice numbers on all payments.

Such charges may be based on estimated Quantities of Gas

if actual Quantities of Gas are unavailable in time to

prepare the billing. In that event, Kansas Pipeline shall

provide, in the succeeding Month's billing, an adjustment

based on any difference between actual Quantities of Gas

and estimated Quantities of Gas. If Shipper has contracted

for multiple services with Kansas Pipeline, then Shipper

may receive a master bill which shall contain multiple

charges for the multiple services and/or

contracts for which Shipper has contracted.


Prior period adjustment time limits should be six (6) months

from the date of the initial transportation invoice and seven

(7) months from the date of initial sales invoice with a

three (3) month rebuttal period, excluding government-

required rate changes. This standard shall not apply in the

case of deliberate omission or misrepresentation or mutual

mistake of fact. Parties' other statutory or contractual

rights shall not otherwise be diminished by this standard.