Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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

Second Revised Sheet No. 273.02 Second Revised Sheet No. 273.02

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 273.02





4.14 Creditworthiness. (continued)


(iv) Transporter may require Operator to deposit and maintain

such amounts in a prepaid account, or to establish and

maintain an escrow account or to furnish a letter of

credit. Transporter may require Operator to furnish

within 15 Days, good and sufficient security, as

determined solely by Transporter, of a continuing nature

and in an amount equal to Transporter's estimate of 2

Months of charges associated with providing service. (v)

Transporter will also permit another entity to guarantee

in writing Operator's obligation, provided that the

guarantor has sufficient credit available, as determined

by Transporter in accordance with this provision.

Transporter may, without waiving any rights or remedies

it may have, suspend further service until such

acceptable security is received by Transporter.


(vi) Upon Operator's establishment of an acceptable credit

record or upon expiration of the Agreement, Transporter

shall refund Operator's deposit with interest accrued at

rates set pursuant to 18 CFR Section 154.501(d).



(c) For Rate Schedule CS-1, Shipper will be subject to the

creditworthiness provisions contained in Section 4.14(a) of

the General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff. However,

notwithstanding the requirements of that section, a Shipper

that requests service requiring the construction of

facilities shall demonstrate creditworthiness in an amount

equal to one year of reservation charges under its Agreement.

The one year requirement shall remain in effect until the

earlier of the termination of the Agreement or when

Transporter has been reimbursed for the cost of the