Iroquois Gas Transmission System, L.P.

FIRST REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-161-002, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 101 Second Revised Sheet No. 101 : Effective

Superseding: FIRST REVISED SHEET NO. 101

 

 

 

(g) whether the bidder is willing to accept

less than the full amount of capacity released in the event

that there are two or more Successful Bidders and Transporter

must pro-rate the capacity in accordance with Section 28.9(c)

below; and

 

(h) any other terms that may be relevant.

 

Once a potential Replacement Shipper has submitted a bid,

that bid shall be binding until Transporter receives a written

notice or electronic notice of withdrawal. Once the bidding

period closes, any bid posted on Transporter's Electronic

Bulletin Board shall constitute a binding offer to enter into a

Gas Transportation Contract for Firm Reserved Service, subject

only to the Releasing Shipper's decision to accept a contingent

bid. The bid shall be binding until (i) Transporter selects the

Successful Bidder(s), (ii) Transporter determines that no bids

satisfy the minimum terms specified in the Release Notice; or

(iii) contingencies have been eliminated. Any contingency which

has not been eliminated prior to 3:00 p.m. Central Time on the

specified award date shall invalidate that bid. A bidder that

withdraws its bid during the bidding period may submit a higher

bid during the bidding period, but may not submit a lower bid.

 

28.9 Allocation of Released Capacity -- Transporter's

Criteria. Unless the Releasing Shipper specifies a different

criteria for evaluating bids in its Release Notice in accordance

with the provisions of Section 28.6 of this Tariff, released

capacity will be allocated best bid first, until all offered

capacity has been awarded, on a non-discriminatory basis

consistent with the following allocation principles:

 

(a) Prearranged Replacement Shipper. If,

at the same time it provides its Release Notice to

Transporter, the Releasing Shipper provides Transporter with

notice of a prearranged agreement with a prospective

Prearranged Replacement Shipper, Transporter will post notice

of that arrangement on its Electronic Bulletin Board in

accordance with the provisions of Section 28.7 above.

Transporter will evaluate all competing bids that satisfy the

minimum terms of the Release Notice using the methodology

indicated by Releasing Shipper in the Release Notice to

Transporter in accordance with the provisions of Section 28.6(a).

If the Prearranged Replacement