Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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

Twentieth Revised Sheet No. 233 Twentieth Revised Sheet No. 233

Superseding: Nineteenth Revised Sheet No. 233





1.50 "NNT Balancing Point" shall mean a pseudo location provided by

Transporter which permits Rate Schedule NNT-1 and NNT-2 Shippers to

Nominate Transportation Deliveries which will be allocated to either

the NNT Point(s) of Delivery or to Shipper's storage account as



1.51 "Nomination" or "Nominate" shall mean a request by a Shipper for a

prospective Transportation, storage or pooling transaction under an

executed Service Agreement and submitted to Transporter.


(a) "Valid Nomination" shall mean a data set which contains the

mandatory data elements included in the NAESB Standards related

to Nominations, which is consistent with the provisions of the

Shipper's service agreement, and which has been Delivered to

Transporter, or to Transporter via Electronic Communication or

when agreed to by Transporter, by facsimile. Shipper

Nominations sent by EDM shall conform to the requirements of

the Data Dictionary standards set forth in NAESB Standard



1.52 "Nominated Hourly Withdrawal Quantity" ("NHWQ") shall mean 1/24th of

the Daily Withdrawal Nomination from Shipper's storage inventory

under Rate Schedule FS-1. The MHDQ on the associated Rate Schedule

TF-1 Agreement shall be equivalent to the NHWQ at Qualified Delivery



1.53 "Nominating Party" shall mean a Shipper or Shipper's Agent (for Rate

Schedule TI-1 pursuant to Third-Party Operating Notices) authorized

to submit Nominations to Transporter pursuant to Shipper's executed

service agreements.


1.54 "Northern System Receipt Capacity" shall mean Shipper's receipt

capacity, pursuant to Section 6 of the General Terms and Conditions,

at points located north of Transporter's Watkins Compressor Station

to include facilities in the states of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana,

and Utah.


1.55 "Operational Balancing Agreement"("OBA") shall mean an agreement

entered into between Transporter and a Party owning an

interconnecting system. The OBA is a contract between Transporter

and an Interconnected Operator which specifies the procedures to

manage operating variances at an interconnect. (NAESB Definition

2.2.1) The form of agreement used by Transporter follows the format

of the Model Operational Balancing Agreement developed by NAESB.