Cheyenne Plains Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 07/26/2010, Docket: RP10-876-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 301 First Revised Sheet No. 301

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

20. ELECTRONIC BULLETING BOARD ("EBB") (Continued)

 

20.6 Transporter may revoke a user's access and/or signature code if

Transporter has good cause to believe that one of the following

events has occurred:

 

(a) Fraudulent or unauthorized use of the signature or access

code.

 

(b) An action resulting in a breach of security such as loss,

theft or unauthorized disclosures or use of data contained on

the EBB.

 

(c) Conduct that threatens the viable operations of the EBB or

wrongly interferes with the business transactions of another

party.

 

20.7 EBB access, including historical data, shall be available to state

regulatory commissions and state consumer advocates on the same

basis as any other party. Transporter shall maintain backup copies

of the data contained on its EBB for three years, which may be

archived to off-line storage. Parties may access the on-line data

directly through the EBB. In the event the data has been archived

off-line, parties may request the data through the EBB's electronic

mail service. Transporter will provide a computer disk containing

archived data for a charge of $50.00. EBB users shall be allowed

to download files so their contents can be reviewed in detail

without tying up access to the EBB. Information on the most recent

transactions shall be listed before older information. EBB users

shall be able to split large files into smaller parts for ease of

use. On-line help shall be available to assist the EBB users along

with a search function allowing users to locate all information

concerning a specific transaction, and menus that permit users to

separately access notices of available capacity and standards of

conduct information. Notwithstanding this Section 20.7,

Transporter shall retain its affiliate waiver log for five years

from the date of posting.

 

20.8 Transporter's currently effective Tariff, as revised from time to

time, is posted on the EBB. Therefore, Transporter shall provide

paper copies of the effective Tariff to Shippers and interested

state commissions only when specifically requested.

 

20.9 Shippers desiring to exchange information using Transporter's

designated Internet site must first enter into an agreement

conforming to the Trading Partner Agreement contained in the Form

of Service Agreements section of this Tariff.