Midwestern Gas Transmission Company

SECOND REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2000, Docket: RP00-233-002, Status: Effective

Second Sub Fourth Revised Sheet No. 90 Second Sub Fourth Revised Sheet No. 90 : Superseded

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 90

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

iii) either the Releasing Shipper acts as agent for the Replacement

Shipper with respect to the released capacity and agrees to remain

directly liable for all rates, charges and surcharges associated

with the released capacity; or prior to commencement of service,

the short-term Replacement Shipper enters into a Released

Transportation Service Agreement with Transporter (a) incorporating

the information required by Section 3(a)(ii) and (b) establishing

creditworthiness in accord with the same standards and procedures

as provided for Bidders in Section 5(a).

 

Pursuant to 18 C.F.R. Section 284.8(i) of the Federal Energy

Regulatory Commission's ("FERC's") regulations, until September 30,

2002, a release made pursuant to this Section 11.3(a) may not roll-

over, renew or otherwise be extended beyond the term described in

Section 11.3(a)(i) unless (a) the Releasing Shipper follows the

prior posting and competitive bidding procedures, or (b) the

release does not contain the same capacity as or overlaps the

capacity contained in the original release; provided that the

Releasing Shipper may use this Section 3(a) to release the capacity

again to the same Replacement Shipper after 28 days from the

original date that the release period has expired. After September

30, 2002, releases made pursuant to this Section 3(a) may not

rollover, renew, or otherwise be extended to a term greater than

thirty days unless (a) the Replacement Shipper agrees to pay the

applicable maximum rates and meet all other terms and conditions of

the release, (b) the Releasing Shipper follows the prior posting

and bidding procedures; or (c) the release does not contain the

same capacity as, or overlaps the capacity contained in, the

original release; provided that the Releasing Shipper may use this

Section 3(a) to release the capacity again to the same Replacement

Shipper after 28 days from the original date that the release

period has expired.

 

b) Maximum Rate Prearranged Bidder: Competitive bidding for released

capacity will not be required if a Prearranged Bidder has agreed to pay

the maximum applicable rates, provided that:

 

(i) the Releasing Shipper provides Transporter with the information

specified in Section 1(a)-(f), (k), (l), and (p);

 

(ii) prior to the commencement of service the Prearranged Bidder enters

into a Released Transportation Service Agreement with Transporter

(a) incorporating the information required by Section 3(b)(i) and

(b) establishing creditworthiness in accord with the same standards

and procedures as are provided for Bidders in 5(a); and

 

(iii) during the period until September 30, 2002, pursuant to 18 C.F.R.

Section 284.8(i) of the FERC's regulations, the release term is one

year or more, or the release is otherwise exempt from prior posting

and competitive bidding pursuant to Section 3(a) above.