K N Interstate Gas Transmission Co.

First Revised Volume No. 1-C

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Effective Date: 12/02/1994, Docket: RP95- 35-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 12 Original Sheet No. 12 : Superseded






5.2 MONTHLY BILL. Commencing with the month in which the FT-BW

Service Agreement is effective and each month thereafter,

Transporter shall charge and Shipper shall pay Transporter the sum

of the following amounts:


a. RESERVATION CHARGE. For each Primary Path, the Reservation

Charge shall be the product of:


(1) The Maximum Reservation rate by Primary Path, unless

otherwise agreed to in writing; and


(2) The MDDQ specified by Primary Path in Shipper's FT

Service Agreement.


b. COMMODITY CHARGE. The commodity rate multiplied by the

volume in MMbtu of gas delivered by Transporter during the

month at the Point(s) of Delivery.




(1) Authorized Overrun Charge. If on any day Transporter

has capacity available and Shipper desires to

transport gas exceeding the Maximum Daily Delivery

Quantity, or in the aggregate exceeding the Maximum

Daily Transportation Quantity (by accepting

nominations in excess of these quantities) Transporter

may authorize delivery of the gas. Quantities of gas

moved in excess of the MDDQ or the MDTQ will be

subject to a charge equal to the authorized overrun

rate as shown on Sheet 4 of this tariff.


(2) Unauthorized Overrun Charge. A daily overrun charge

shall be paid by Shipper for taking a daily quantity

of gas which was not nominated exceeding the Maximum

Daily Delivery Quantity (MDDQ) exceeding the level to

which deliveries have been curtailed, or in the

aggregate, exceeding the Maximum Daily Transportation

Quantity (MDTQ). Quantities of overrun gas in excess

of seven percent (7%) or 50 MMBtu over the above

quantities, following a notice period of forty-eight