K N Interstate Gas Transmission Co.

Second Revised Volume No. 1-B

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Effective Date: 11/01/1994, Docket: RP94-397-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 23 First Revised Sheet No. 23 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 23




wells or fields, diminution or failure of, or interference,

partial or entire, with Transporter's pipeline system, or, and

without limitation by the foregoing, any other causes beyond

reasonable control of Transporter.


b. Shipper shall not be liable to Transporter for any failure to

accept natural gas when occasioned by or in consequence of

accident or breakage of pipelines, equipment or machinery,

explosions, fires, floods, freezing, storms, landslides,

washouts, strikes, industrial disturbances, legal

interferences, orders or requirements of competent authority,

acts of God or the public enemy, or, and, without limitation

by the foregoing, any other cause beyond reasonable control of

Shipper. Any such cause or contingency, however, exempting

Shipper from liability for non-performance (excepting where

prevented by valid orders or requirements of Federal, State or

other governmental regulatory bodies having jurisdiction in

the premises) shall not relieve Shipper of its obligation to

pay demand charges or reservation charges in accordance with

the provisions of the applicable rate schedule.


c. Each Party shall exercise reasonable diligence to remove any

such interference with its receipt or delivery of gas and

shall resume such take at the earliest practicable time.




a. SUPPLY INSUFFICIENCY. Whenever in Transporter's judgment the

availability of gas supply for sales service is insufficient,

due to any cause whatsoever, at the point(s) of sale to

satisfy the quantity of sales gas which all sales customers

require, then sales deliveries will be curtailed as specified