Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2010, Docket: RP10-689-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 75F First Revised Sheet No. 75F

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 75F






2.6 (b) (Continued)


(ii) Shipper shall have no more than 24 percent of MAC in

storage between and including May 1 and May 15 of each

year, unless Transporter determines, on a non-

discriminatory basis, that retention of a higher

quantity of Gas will not adversely affect Transporter's

storage reservoirs. In such instance, Transporter shall

specify the higher level Shipper may maintain.


(iii) Pursuant to the definition of Reservoir Integrity

Inventory Limit in Section 1 of the General Terms and

Conditions, Transporter shall evaluate its storage

reservoirs each year to determine if Shipper can be

authorized to maintain a higher inventory level in

storage during the following withdrawal and injection

seasons. Transporter shall base this evaluation on

actual storage usage during the previous year and shall

post the revised requirements (variable Reservoir

Integrity Inventory Limits) on its electronic bulletin

board on or before January 21 of each year.


(iv) The above requirements notwithstanding, 100 percent of

all quantities stored hereunder shall be withdrawn upon

expiration of the term of the Agreement.


(c) If, on any Day during the Withdrawal Period, Shipper requests

Transporter to withdraw and Deliver to Shipper a quantity of

Gas up to Shipper's ADWQ and Transporter fails to do so, then

Shipper's obligation to withdraw its Gas shall be extended by

the number of Days that Transporter failed to withdraw and

Deliver the quantity requested by Shipper. Any quantities

required to be withdrawn which have not been withdrawn as

provided hereunder shall become the property of Transporter

without charge and shall be free and clear of any adverse