Central Kentucky Transmission Company

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Effective Date: 05/01/2006, Docket: CP05- 48-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 40 Original Sheet No. 40 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

2. ELECTRONIC BULLETIN BOARD

 

2.1 In General. Transporter shall operate and make available to Shippers

and other third parties, as set forth below, an interactive electronic

communications system (Electronic Bulletin Board (EBB)) (also referred to

by its trade name Columbia Navigator®).

 

All Shippers receiving service under any of Transporter's Rate

Schedules shall have the capability to make use of Transporter's EBB as

required by this Tariff. The EBB shall be available to any party with

compatible electronic equipment. All Shippers and parties making use of

Transporter's EBB shall be bound by and comply with the procedures

governing its use, as set forth in this Tariff and, for those Shippers or

other parties utilizing electronic contracting through the EBB, in Section

5.7 of the General Terms and Conditions.

 

2.2 Operation.

 

The EBB shall provide, among other things (i) a search function for

locating all information concerning specific transactions, and (ii) a menu

that shall enable parties to separately access notices of available

capacity, records of each transaction entered in the transportation log,

and standards of conduct. Transporter will permit parties to download

files from the EBB system so the contents can be reviewed in detail without

tying up access to the system. Transporter will retain in an electronic

format Records of the information displayed on the EBB for no less than the

preceding three years, and will permit parties reasonable access to those

Records.

 

2.3 Communications.

 

(a) The EBB shall be used to communicate initial and revised gas

transportation schedules, confirmation of gas transportation nominations,

and any other data or notice required by this Tariff. After notice by

Transporter, the following types of communication may be permitted: notices

not previously required to be given through the EBB, Service Agreements and

amendments, and such other communications as the parties may agree in

writing. Where electronic communications are required by this Tariff,

Transporter may waive the requirements and accept such communications in

another acceptable form on a nondiscriminatory basis. Notices posted on

the EBB that require action by another party within two business days,

including notices to interruptible shippers, shall also be communicated by

Electronic Notice Delivery.