Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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

Third Revised Sheet No. 279D Third Revised Sheet No. 279D

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 279D

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

5.5 Aggregate Groups

 

(a) Interconnecting Parties with multiple physical points that are

located within a small geographic area on Transporter's system

may request that Transporter designate such locations as an

aggregate group for purposes of Nominations, scheduling,

allocations and invoicing.

 

(i) Transporter shall evaluate requests to establish

aggregate groups based on the following criteria:

 

1. The individual locations must be owned and operated

by the same party;

2. All aggregation points must have a similar

operational impact on Transporter's system;

3. No Shipper or other Interconnecting Party shall be

disadvantaged as a result of a group aggregation;

and

4. The Interconnecting Party and Transporter mutually

agree to the aggregation.

 

(ii) Transporter shall grant requests for aggregation in a

fair and non-discriminatory manner.

 

(iii) Once an aggregate group has been created by Transporter,

it shall be available to all Shippers. All aggregate

groups, together with their associated individual

locations and any related location capacity limitations,

will be identified on Transporter's EBB.

 

(iv) The aggregate group designation and the Point of

Delivery Quantity or Point of Receipt Quantity, as

applicable, specified at the aggregate level for that

group ("group limit"), shall be identified in Shipper's

Service Agreement. Shipper shall have the right to

deliveries or receipts of quantities up to the group

limit at any individual meter station within the

aggregate group, as long as service to all points within

the aggregate group does not exceed the group limit or

the physical capacity of the meter station.