Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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

Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. 228 Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. 228

Superseding: Twelfth Revised Sheet No. 228

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

1. DEFINITIONS

 

1.1 "Authorized Overrun Quantity" shall mean the following:

 

(a) Segmentation: Shipper may Nominate and Tender and Transporter

may confirm and receive quantities in excess of Shipper's MDQ

on a segment. Such quantities shall be considered as Authorized

Overrun Quantities and transported on an interruptible basis.

 

(b) Non-Segmentation: Shipper's total activity under a

Transportation Service Agreement, except as provided for under

Segmentation of Capacity (see Section 8.1 of the General Terms

and Conditions), is limited to Shipper's MDQ. In total, Shipper

may Nominate and Tender and Transporter may confirm and receive

quantities pursuant to Segmentation and non-Segmentation

transactions which exceed Shipper's MDQ. The total of Shipper's

non-Segmentation transactions plus Shipper's highest quantity

of capacity usage on any Segment within Shipper's Primary

Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path which exceeds Shipper's MDQ shall

be considered as Authorized Overrun Quantities and shall be

Transported on an interruptible basis.

 

1.2 "Available Daily Injection Quantity" or ("ADIQ") shall mean the

percentage of Maximum Daily Injection Quantity ("MDIQ") available

for injection by Shipper on any Day and that Transporter may be

required to inject into storage on a firm basis. ADIQ is a function

of Shipper's percent of Maximum Available Capacity ("MAC") in

storage on that Day.

 

(a) ADIQ does not confer rights to Transportation capacity, and on

any given Day, Transporter may require that up to 44% of the

Gas being Transported to the Point of Injection be purchased

downstream (south) of Transporter's Springfield Compressor

Station.

 

(b) Bottom Hole Pressure Surveys ("BHP Surveys") will be conducted

in the spring and fall of every calendar year to support the

safety and ongoing operational reliability of Transporter's

storage fields. During the BHP Surveys, injections into and

withdrawals from the field being tested are expected to be

suspended for seven consecutive days. Should the BHP Survey of

a field be interrupted (e.g., for operational reliability on

the pipeline) the seven-day BHP Survey will be restarted.