Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 323 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 323

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 323

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

8.3(b) (continued)

 

(iii) "Young Maximum Available Capacity" or "YMAC" shall mean the maximum

quantity of Gas (expressed in Dth) that Transporter is required to

accept under Rate Schedule TSB-Y for injection into Young Storage

during the Injection Period on Shipper's behalf.

 

(iv) "Young Maximum Daily Injection Quantity" or "YMDIQ" shall mean the

maximum quantity of Gas (expressed in Dth) per Day that Transporter

shall be required to inject into Young Storage on Shipper's behalf

and shall be limited to 1/58 of Shipper's YMAC; provided however,

during the Month of November the YMDIQ shall be limited to some

lesser quantity when and to the extent required by Young Storage

for operational conditions and maintenance.

 

(v) "Young Maximum Daily Withdrawal Quantity" or "YMDWQ" shall mean the

maximum daily quantity of Gas (expressed in Dth) that Transporter

shall be required to withdraw from Young storage on a firm basis on

Shipper's behalf. Shipper's YMDWQ shall equal to 1/29 of Shipper's

YMAC.

 

(vi) "Young Reservoir Integrity Inventory Limit" shall be the maximum

amount of Gas in Place that Shipper shall be permitted to have in

High Plains Storage at a particular time. The Young Reservoir

Integrity Limit is as shown on the graph. Transporter may, on a

nondiscriminatory basis, permit Shippers to exceed the Young

Reservoir Integrity Inventory Limit if, in Transporter's reasonable

judgment, Transporter's Young Storage reservoir integrity and

service to other firm High Plains Shippers will not be adversely

affected. On such occasions, Transporter will post a notice on its

EBB notifying Shippers that the Young Reservoir Integrity Inventory

Limit may be exceeded.