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. 346 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 346

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 346

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

9.24 Charges for use of Segmentation Point(s) or Secondary Point(s). When

Replacement Shipper Nominates Segmentation or Secondary Point(s),

Transporter shall bill the Releasing Shipper for all (1) reservation

charge(s), (2) surcharges to the reservation charge(s), (3) other

reservation-type charge(s) applicable to service at such

Segmentation or Secondary Point(s) including any additional charges

related to High Plains System Segmentation points on Rate Schedule

TF-1 and CIG Mainline System Segmentation points on Rate Schedule

TF-HP. Based upon the contractual rights of the Releasing Shipper

with respect to service at such Segmentation or Secondary Point(s)

the charges applicable to service at such Segmentation or Secondary

Point(s) may be greater than the charges applicable at the Primary

Point(s).

 

Transporter will bill Replacement Shipper only the amount specified

in its winning electronic bulletin board bid unless the Releasing

Shipper requires reimbursement of any additional charges applicable

at Segmentation or Secondary Point(s) as a posted condition of the

release. Transporter shall bill Replacement Shipper for all amounts

due for use of Segmentation or Secondary Point(s), and shall credit

the Releasing Shipper in accordance with this Section 9. When the

rate charged for use of Segmentation or Secondary Point(s) is

different from the rate charged for use of Primary Point(s),

Transporter shall prorate the charges to Releasing and/or

Replacement Shipper(s), as appropriate, based on the quantity of Gas

Nominated at the Segmentation or Secondary Point(s) and the number

of Days the Releasing Shipper utilized the Segmentation or Secondary

Point(s) during the month.