Midwest Gas Storage, Inc.

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/15/1994, Docket: CP90-454-004, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 105 Original Sheet No. 105 : Effective

 

 

Schedule FSS. Such short-term releases need not

comply with the notification and bidding

requirements of this Section 8; however, they

may not be rolled over, extended, or in any way

continued without first being subjected to the

notification and bidding process set forth in

this Section 8, nor may this capacity be re-

released to the same Replacement Shipper until

thirty (30) days after the first release period

has ended.

 

(c) Potential Replacement Shippers may post on

Midwest's EBB a notice requesting released FSS

capacity. Such notices will be posted for the

length of time specified in the notice; however,

in no event will such notices be posted for

longer than one month.

 

(d) Releasing Shipper shall be subject to the

provisions of Section 4 of this Rate Schedule

prior to the commencement of the Agreement with

Replacement Shipper.

 

8.3 PROCEDURE FOR REQUESTING TO RELEASE CAPACITY:

 

(a) Contents of Release Notice: Releasing Shipper

shall provide Midwest with a notice in writing

or on Midwest's electronic bulletin board

requesting to release capacity for resale and

shall state in such notice the following items:

 

(i) the pricing provisions of the proposed

release, subject to the limits of the

Midwest's maximum and minimum rates,

 

(ii) the specific quantity to be released at

each receipt and delivery point,

 

(iii) the duration of release,

 

(iv) length of bid period, if Midwest's default

bidding period is not to be used,