Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 234C Fifth Revised Sheet No. 234C

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 234C





1.87 "Replacement Shipper" is any Shipper who acquires capacity rights

from a Releasing Shipper through Transporter's capacity release

program as contained in Section 9 of the General Terms and



1.88 "Request for Confirmation" shall mean the information provided via

EDM which conforms to the Data Dictionary standards as set forth in

NAESB Standard 1.4.3. A Request for Confirmation may be sent by any

operator to an interconnected operator to initiate the communication

of a Confirmation Response (see definition of Confirmation in this



1.89 "Reservoir Integrity Inventory Limit" shall be the maximum amount of

Gas in Place that Shipper shall be permitted to have in

Transporter's Storage Fields at a particular time. See the

Reservoir Integrity Inventory Limit graph below.


Transporter may, on a nondiscriminatory basis, permit a Shipper to

exceed the Reservoir Integrity Inventory Limit if, in Transporter's

reasonable judgment, Transporter's reservoir integrity will not be

adversely affected. Transporter shall evaluate its storage reservoir

each year to determine if Shippers can maintain a higher level in

storage the following year based on actual storage usage the

previous year. Transporter shall post a variable Reservoir Integrity

Inventory Limit on or before January 21 of each year on its

electronic bulletin board and Shippers shall then be subject to this

variable Reservoir Integrity Inventory Limit until January 21 of the

following year.


1.90 "Reticulated System" shall mean Transporter's facilities located in

Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas which are connected to

Transporter's Cheyenne Compressor Station from the south and east.

The Reticulated System does not include the Cheyenne Compressor



1.91 "Scheduled Imbalance Quantity" or "SIQ" shall mean the difference

between Scheduled Receipt Quantities less Fuel Reimbursement, and

Scheduled Delivery Quantities under a Shipper's Transportation

Agreement after the final Nominations Scheduling Cycle (Intraday 2

Cycle) each Day.