Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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

Ninth Revised Sheet No. 178 Ninth Revised Sheet No. 178

Superseding: Eighth Revised Sheet No. 178

 

RATE SCHEDULE SS-HP

HIGH PLAINS INTERRUPTIBLE SWING SERVICE

(Continued)

 

3. INTERRUPTIBLE SWING SERVICE CHARGE

 

3.1 Applicable Rates: The rates for service hereunder shall, subject to

other provisions hereof, be the rates agreed to by Transporter and

Operator as set forth in Exhibit "A" to the Agreement, provided that

such rates shall not be less than the minimum nor more than the

maximum rates for service pursuant to this Rate Schedule, or any

effective superseding tariff on file with the FERC.

 

3.2 Commodity Charge. The Operator shall be charged an amount each Month

obtained by multiplying a Commodity Rate as set forth in Exhibit A

to the Agreement by the end-of-day quantities allocated to the

Agreement at each designated Point of Delivery which exceeds the

greater of 5 percent or 100 Dth of the daily total Scheduled

Quantities at such Points of Delivery during the Month.

 

3.3 Adjustment of Rates: Subject to the terms of the Agreement,

Transporter reserves the right to prescribe and/or to adjust at any

time any of the rates applicable to any individual Operator without

adjusting any other rates for that or another Operator; provided,

however, that such adjusted rate shall not exceed the

applicable maximum rate nor shall it be less than the applicable

minimum rate, set forth from time to time on the Statement of Rates

of this Tariff. Discounts from the maximum rate shall be for a

specific term. Unless otherwise agreed, at the expiration of the

term of rate specified in Exhibit "A" of the Agreement, the rate for

Swing Service shall revert to the maximum allowable rate under this

Rate Schedule.

 

4. BALANCING AND RECALL OF ALLOCATED QUANTITIES

 

4.1 Operators are expected to cause Nominations to the High Plains

Points of Delivery designated in their Agreement to be at levels

which approximate estimated usage at such Points.

 

a) For each designated High Plains Point of Delivery, Transporter

shall provide Operator with daily and cumulative balances of

overdeliveries and underdeliveries which are allocated to the

Agreement.

 

b) Operators are expected to use reasonable efforts to adjust, or

cause to be adjusted, the Nominations to the designated High

Plains Point(s) of Delivery to reduce the cumulative balance

under the Agreement to net to zero.