Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2010, Docket: RP10-689-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 75B First Revised Sheet No. 75B

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 75B

 

RATE SCHEDULE NNT-1

NO-NOTICE STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION SERVICE - FIRM

(Continued)

 

2.2 (b)(ii) (Continued)

With Two Hour Notice to Transporter

Remaining Hourly Deliveries are limited to an average

of 30% of AHWQ

Peak Hour: Up to 55% of AHWQ

Three Hour Peak: Average must be less than or

equal to 45% of AHWQ

 

With Four Hour Notice to Transporter

Remaining Hourly Deliveries are limited to an average

of 100% of AHWQ

Peak Hour: Up to 125% of AHWQ

Three Hour Peak: Average must be less than or

equal to 115% of AHWQ

 

(iii) September 15 to October 31

Without Notice to Transporter

Peak Hour: Up to 111% of AHWQ

Three Hour Peak: Average must be less than or

equal to 95% of AHWQ

Daily: Average Hour must be less than

or equal to 45% of AHWQ

 

With Four Hour Notice to Transporter

Remaining Hourly Deliveries are limited to 100% of AHWQ

Peak Hour: Up to 166% of AHWQ

Three Hour Peak: Average must be less than or

equal to 150% of AHWQ

Daily: Average Hour must be less than

or equal to AHWQ

 

(iv) If Shipper requests enhanced Deliveries under the

notice provisions of this section, and Shipper then

fails to take at least the Enhanced Daily Delivery

Quantity resulting from such requests, Transporter will

charge any related consequential damage payments to

Shipper. Such consequential damages will reimburse

Transporter for any costs associated with preserving

the integrity of its system, and may include any

reasonable steps by Transporter resulting in costs

associated with preserving and maintaining the

integrity of its system, including, but not limited to

the following: selling Shipper's excess supplies to

third Parties, or confiscation of such supplies by

Transporter.