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. 301A Ninth Revised Sheet No. 301A

Superseding: Eighth Revised Sheet No. 301A

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

8.1(b)(iii) (Continued)

(3) the availability of capacity at new Receipt or Delivery

Points that a Shipper uses as a result of Segmentation,

(4) the impact of the requested Segmentation on displacement

capacity, and

(5) the impact to Transporter's storage field operations.

(iv) Implementation of Segmentation. Transporter's Nomination and

Capacity Release systems have been modified to accommodate

Segmented transactions in keeping with the prerequisites

enumerated in Sections 8.1(b)(ii).

(1) Shippers Nominating outside the Receipt-to-Delivery

Flow path shall be subject to the "one foot in bounds"

rule. Segmentation rights shall not be affected as long

as some portion of the nominated Receipt-to-Delivery

Flow Path is within the Primary Receipt-to-Delivery

Flow Path.

(2) Transactions that are opposite to the Primary Receipt-

to-Delivery Flow Path are distinguished from the

Shipper's Primary Capacity and shall be scheduled as

Secondary Capacity up to the Shipper's MDQ.

(3) Segmentation transactions outside the Primary Receipt-

to-Delivery Flow Path are to be scheduled as Secondary

for invoicing. The highest usage of the Agreement on

any Segment utilizing Primary or Flow Path Secondary

Capacity will be considered as a base. If this base

utilization plus any utilization completely outside of

the Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path is in excess

of the Agreement MDQ, such excess will be invoiced as

Authorized Overrun.

(4) Both releasing and replacement Shippers may utilize

Secondary Capacity. However, the combined Nominations

of such Shippers on any Segment are limited to the

original contractual MDQ and to the provisions of

Section 8.1(b)(iii)(2) above. Based on their Capacity

Release contract MDQs, Secondary Capacity on a Segment

shall be allocated on a pro rata basis between the

Releasing and Replacement Shippers up to the original

contractual MDQ. Capacity remaining above the Secondary

Capacity allocation shall be allocated and invoiced as

Authorized Overrun.

(5) A firm Shipper (or a Releasing Shipper and a

Replacement Shipper participating in a capacity

release) may segment its capacity by simultaneously

transporting its full MDQ in a forward haul and its

full MDQ in a backhaul (opposite to the Primary

Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path) to the same delivery

point.