Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 272A Fourth Revised Sheet No. 272A

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 272A




4.10 (continued)


(a) Capacity that is sold on an interim basis in accordance with

Section 4.2 above, Capacity Reserved for Future Expansion

Projects, shall not be eligible for a right-of-first-refusal

unless Transporter and Shipper agree to a conditional

contractual right-of-first-refusal that would take effect upon

a determination that the proposed project will not go forward.


4.11 Transporter and Shipper may mutually agree to the early termination

of one or more Agreements in exchange for Shipper's extension of the

use of all or part of the underlying capacity under new terms. To

the extent that Transporter and Shipper have mutually agreed to this

arrangement, Shipper need not participate in an open season for the

extension nor must the underlying capacity be posted on

Transporter's EBB as unsubscribed, available capacity prior to the



4.12 Prior to the expiration of the term of an Agreement, Transporter and

Shipper may mutually agree to an extension of the term of the

Agreement with respect to all or part of the underlying capacity

(the exact terms of which are to be negotiated on a case-by-case

basis in a not unduly discriminatory manner). If an Agreement has a

regulatory right-of-first-refusal, the agreement to extend must be

reached prior to the receipt of an acceptable bid submitted pursuant

to Section 9 of these General Terms and Conditions.


4.13 When an agreement is subject to a regulatory right of first

refusal, or contains a contractual right of first refusal, or a

rollover clause, extension rights apply to each increment of

capacity that expires in increments (i.e., on a step-down basis)

during the term of the agreement.