Young Gas Storage Company, Ltd.
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Effective Date: 08/01/2010, Docket: RP10-921-000, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 99 Second Revised Sheet No. 99
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 99
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
20.2 Electronic Bulletin Board System Characteristics and Information.
(a) Regulatory Requirements. Transporter will maintain an
Electronic Bulletin Board, in compliance with the Commission's
Order No. 636, et al., which will provide bulletin board users
with information on storage capacity available from Transporter
or through the capacity release provisions of Section 9 hereof.
Transporter also complies with the regulatory requirements of
the FERC as they relate to the provision of specific business
information via EDI, in the manner described above.
(b) Accessibility. The EBB will be generally accessible to anyone
having executed the appropriate Access Agreements and Forms,
utilizing an IBM-compatible personal computer, with Microsoft
Windows operating systems, communication software provided by
Transporter, and a modem with a baud rate of at least 14,400.
The personal computer hardware specifications are detailed in
the CIG Xpress 2.0 user's manual or can be obtained from
Transporter's Storage Department. EDI information will be
available to any party having executed an EDI Trading Partner
Agreement with Transporter.
The EBB will be accessible to anyone with the above equipment,
seven days a week. Transporter proposes no user fee to any
user of the EBB.
(c) User-Friendliness and Interactive Features. The EBB will be
menu-driven, with file search, download and on-line help
capabilities. Information posted on the EBB will be
chronologically sequenced with the most recent information
presented first. Transporter will periodically purge the EBB to
remove completed transactions.
Transporter's EBB will provide for interactive communication
between Transporter and the Shippers and potential Shippers on
Transporter's system. This interactive communication will
include the ability to electronically submit offers to release
capacity, to receive bids in response to such offers, to
validate and evaluate the bids, and to execute contracts
formalizing such releases and acquisitions of capacity.