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First Revised Sheet No. 27 First Revised Sheet No. 27 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 27




Priority 5, Step 5

Priority 5, Step 4

Priority 5, Step 3

Priority 5, Step 2

Priority 5, Step 1


(3) Transporter will issue curtailment orders to sale

customers based upon the percentage of customer's peak

day requirements represented by each curtailment

category. Each sales customer will annually submit to

Transporter a verified statement by September 1, setting

forth the percentage of its peak day requirements

represented by each curtailment category. In the absence

of receipt of such verification, customer's entire

billing demand shall be deemed to consist of Category

3(b) usage and will be treated as such for curtailment



(4) All curtailments in any priority shall be pro rata and

requirements in a category shall be completely curtailed

before any curtailment is applied to the next highest



(5) In the event that a supply insufficiency is applicable

only to a specific point of sale, and the only

curtailments required relate to that point of sale, then

the curtailment prescribed above may be limited to

customers served through such point.


(6) Transporter will use reasonable efforts to provide at

least four hours notice in advance of the time

curtailment is to commence, except that, when due to an

event of force majeure, Transporter will give such notice

as may be practicable under the circumstances.


d. VARIATIONS IN PROCEDURES. The following variations in

procedures are authorized: