Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/1996, Docket: RP96-190-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 42 First Revised Sheet No. 42 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 42







2.2 Shipper may request changes in Primary Point(s) of Receipt

and/or Delivery. Requests for such changes shall be made in

writing no less than 20 days prior to the Day on which Shipper

desires such change to be effective. Provided, however,

Transporter shall use reasonable efforts to accommodate Shipper

if a request for change is made less than 20 days before the

desired effective date. Transporter shall grant such changes if

the direction of the gas flow is unchanged, capacity is

available, the change can be made without adversely affecting

system operations or other firm obligations at the new or the

existing Primary Point, and the changes do not affect

Transporter's rights and Shipper's obligations with respect to

Operational Flow Orders and Configuration Flow Orders discussed

in Article 7 of the General Terms and Conditions. Any changes

in Point(s) of Receipt and/or Delivery will result in a

corresponding one-for-one reduction in the entitlement at the

existing Point(s) of Receipt and/or Delivery.


Shipper may nominate for Transportation Service at Secondary

Point(s). The Secondary Point(s) of Receipt and/or Delivery

must lie within the Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path(s) established

by the Primary Point(s) of Receipt and Primary Point(s) of

Delivery. Shippers utilizing Secondary Point(s) shall pay the

maximum rates under this Rate Schedule for the portion of

Shipper's quantities utilizing Secondary Points, unless

otherwise agreed by Transporter.


In no event shall Shipper be entitled to more Transportation

Service than is provided for under the Agreement.


2.3 Rates of Flow. At each Point of Receipt and Point of Delivery,

each Party, shall use reasonable efforts to Tender, or cause to

be Tendered, gas at reasonably uniform hourly and daily rates of