Kentucky West Virginia Gas Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 18-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 59 Original Sheet No. 59 : Superseded

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

 

(iv) Review the availability of capacity at mainline receipt

and delivery points on Pipeline, including the

availability of capacity for service under any of

Pipeline's rate schedules, whether the capacity is

available from Pipeline directly, through the capacity

release program, or upon termination of a long-term

agreement;

(v) To allow releasing shippers to directly post offers and

bidders to directly post bids for released capacity, or

review bids submitted by other parties; all bids for

released capacity or requests for Pipeline capacity will

be recorded by date and time of day of receipt, but

capacity will be awarded based on the earliest executed

service agreement;

(vi) Submit a bid for available capacity under expiring

long term contracts, or review bids submitted by

other parties;

(vii) Review Pipeline's interruptible and firm transportation

queues;

(viii) Review Pipeline's FERC Gas Tariff, including current rates

for all rate schedules;

(ix) Review a compilation of total capacity on Pipeline, the

availability of capacity on both a firm and interruptible

basis, and review primary capacity entitlements at each

delivery point on the Pipeline's system;

(x) Make request for archived material from Pipeline in an

electronic format; and

(xi) Receive information concerning the issuance, operation and

termination of any operational flow order as provided in

Section 16.

 

30.4 Charges

 

Pipeline reserves the right to recover through a separate Section

4(e) rate filing any and all fixed costs associated with the

implementation of its electronic bulletin board. Pipeline reserves

the right to file for the implementation of a separately-stated

usage fee to cover the variable costs of usage from those persons

using the electronic bulletin board.

 

30.5 Confidentiality

 

Any authorized user of the electronic bulletin board system may

make copies, in electronic or other form, of the information

contained on the system for its own use only, and may not publish,

broadcast, reveal, or sell any information obtained from the