Columbia Gulf Transmission Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/17/2007, Docket: RP07-172-001, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 148 Second Revised Sheet No. 148 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 148

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

 

(j) Future Sale of Capacity Procedures

 

(i) Transporter may conduct an open season to sell the following types of capacity with a

service commencement date that begins immediately or at anytime in the future: (1) any unsubscribed

capacity; (2) any capacity under expiring or terminating service agreements where such agreements do

not have a right of first refusal or shipper does not exercise its right of first refusal; or (3) any

capacity that becomes a available due to modification, constructions, or acquisition of facilities in

accordance with the Commission’s certificate regulations (collectively “Available Sale Capacity”).

 

(ii) If Transporter conducts an open season, it will post notice of availability of the

“Available Sale Capacity” on its EBB for at least five ((5) Business Days to afford all potential

shippers an opportunity to acquire the capacity. Any potential shippers wishing to acquire the

“Available Sale Capacity” may participate in the open season and may request an immediate or any

future service commencement date. Transporter will award the “Available Sale Capacity” on a net

present value basis consistent with Section 4.2(c)(2) of the General Terms and Conditions.

 

(iii) If Transporter sells “Available Sales Capacity” pursuant to this subsection (j) with

a future service commencement date, the capacity that has been sold will be made available to other

shippers on an interim basis up to the commencement date of the prospective firm transportation

service agreement. The provisions of General Terms and Conditions Section 4.2(a) – (h) will apply to

the sales of capacity on an interim basis. Where the requested service commencement date extends

more than one year into the future and the interim capacity would otherwise be eligible for the right

of first refusal provided in the service agreements and/or pursuant to General Terms and Conditions

Section 4.1 governing rights of first refusal, Transporter will limit the right of first refusal

rights associated with that interim capacity commensurate with the future service commencement date.

If right of first refusal rights are limited, the transportation service agreement will note the

limitation.