Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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

Twelfth Revised Sheet No. 229B Twelfth Revised Sheet No. 229B

Superseding: Eleventh Revised Sheet No. 229B

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

1.13 "Central System Receipt Capacity" shall mean Shipper's receipt

capacity, pursuant to Section 6.2 of the General Terms and

Conditions, at Points located at or east of Transporter's Watkins

Compressor Station and at or north of Shipper's Springfield

Compressor Station to include facilities in the states of Colorado

and Kansas.

 

1.13A "CIG Mainline Storage" and "CIG Storage" shall mean the storage pool

consisting of the storage facilities known as Ft. Morgan, Latigo,

Boehm and Flank. CIG Mainline Storage/CIG Storage does not include

Young or Totem Storage.

 

1.14 "Confirmation" shall mean the verification of the Confirmed Quantity

by the Confirming Parties. A Confirmation Response is a report

provided via EDM which conforms to the requirements of the Data

Dictionary standards as set forth in NAESB Standard 1.4.4. The

Explicit Confirmation process requires that the Confirming Party

respond to a Request for Confirmation or initiate an unsolicited

Confirmation Response. Absent mutual agreement to the contrary,

Explicit Confirmation is the default methodology. (NAESB Standard

1.3.40)

 

(a) A "Confirmation Requester" is a Service Provider (including a

Point Operator) which is seeking to confirm a quantity of Gas

via the information outlined in NAESB Standard 1.4.3 with

another Service Provider (the Confirming Party) with respect to

a Nomination at a location. (NAESB Standard 1.2.8)

(b) A "Confirming Party" is a Service Provider (including a Point

Operator) which provides a Confirmation for a quantity of Gas

via the information outlined in NAESB Standard 1.4.4 to another

Service Provider (the Confirmation Requester) with respect to a

Nomination at a location. (NAESB Standard 1.2.9)

(c) The term "Confirming Parties" refers to the Confirmation

Requester and the Confirming Party. (NAESB Standard 1.2.10)

(d) "Confirmation by Exception" ("CBE") means that the Confirming

Parties agree that one Party deems that all requests at a

location are Confirmed by the other Party (the CBE Party)

without response communication from that Party. The CBE party

can take exception to the request by so informing the other

Party within a mutually agreed upon time frame. (NAESB Standard

1.2.11)