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

Second Revised Sheet No. 69 Second Revised Sheet No. 69 : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 69




Transporter will post to its EBB its intention to place an OFO

into effect and notify the affected Shipper(s) by telephone

and facsimile at least twenty-four (24) hours prior to the

implementation of the OFO; provided, however, that a shorter

notice period may be given where action must be taken to

protect the integrity of the system. Such notice and posting

shall (i) identify the parties subject to the OFO, (ii) the

time the OFO will become effective, (iii) the estimated

duration of the OFO (i.e., the triggering tariff provision

which is the basis for the OFO). Where an OFO is issued

pursuant to this section or made effective on a less than

twenty-four (24) hours notice, Transporter will also provide

the Commission and affected Shippers, as well as post on the

EBB, with a detailed explanation with all relevant information

specific to the individual situation to justify issuance of

that particular OFO.


b. In the event receipts in segments of Transporter's system

exceed scheduled receipts so that high system pressures back

off scheduled receipt quantities, Transporter may issue an OFO

to all Shippers in the affected segment of the system stating

that a high pressure condition exists. All such operators

will be required to check their deliveries into receipt points

on the affected portion of the system. Those operators who

are delivering more than their scheduled volumes will have

four (4) hours to make needed adjustments, or enter the

penalty situation. Shipper(s) responsible for the high

pressure conditions will have four (4) hours to make needed