Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/01/2010, Docket: RP10-174-000, Status: Effective

Eleventh Revised Sheet No. 230 Eleventh Revised Sheet No. 230

Superseding: Tenth Revised Sheet No. 230

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

1.23 "Downstream Party" shall mean the entity (name or identifying

number) receiving Gas at a designated location as identified by a

Shipper's Nomination.

 

1.24 "Electronic Delivery Mechanism" or "EDM" shall mean the electronic

communication methodology used to transmit and receive data related

to Gas transactions. Transporter shall designate an electronic

"site" at which Shippers and Transporter may exchange data

electronically. All data provided at such site shall be considered

as being Delivered to the appropriate Party. Transporter's use and

implementation of EDM shall conform to all appropriate NAESB

Standards.

 

1.25 "Electronic Transmission" or "Electronic Communication" shall mean

the transmission of information via Transporter's electronic

bulletin board, Transporter's standardized Internet Web Site ("Web

Site"), and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), including information

exchanged via EDM. These terms exclude facsimile.

 

1.26 "End Date" shall mean the Day specified by a Shipper on which a Gas

transaction is to end. Most transactions are to be effective for a

full Gas Day. However, Shipper may indicate a requested end time

when submitting Intraday Nominations.

 

1.27 "Essential Human Need" shall mean the natural Gas required to

protect life and health. This includes residential uses, small

commercial uses using natural Gas in amounts less than 50 Dth per

day on a peak Day, hospitals, schools or similar institutions, and

small uses vital to the public health.

 

1.28 "FERC" or "Commission" shall mean the Federal Energy Regulatory

Commission and any other governmental body or bodies succeeding to,

lawfully exercising, or superseding any powers of the Federal Energy

Regulatory Commission.

 

1.29 "Flow Path Secondary" or "Flow Path Secondary Capacity" shall mean

the scheduling priority or the capacity status assigned to the

portion of a Transportation transaction that extends beyond the

Shipper's Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path when at least some

portion of the nominated Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path passes

through the Shipper's Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path in the

same direction of the Shipper's Primary Capacity. Flow Path

Secondary Capacity is limited by the capacity entitlement of the

underlying Transportation Service Agreement on the Primary Receipt-

to-Delivery Flow Path Segment being used.