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. 288 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 288

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 288





6.3 (continued)


(f) Liability for Interruption. If service under this Tariff is

interrupted consistent with this Section, Transporter shall not

be liable for damages resulting from the implementation of the

procedures described herein, except to the extent that such

interruptions of service are shown to be the result of

negligence or willful misconduct by Transporter. If a court

makes such finding, then Transporter shall only be liable for

its proportionate amount of negligence.


6.4 Storage Service - Scheduling of Receipts and Deliveries, and

Allocation of Capacity. CIG Mainline Storage, Young Storage, and

Totem Storage will be treated separately for purposes of this



(a) Storage Withdrawal Delivery Point. If a Shipper Nominates

quantities from storage and such quantities have been injected

utilizing third party transportation service, Transporter shall

have the right to bill for quantities Tendered at the Point of



(b) Scheduling of Storage Service. The following provisions relate

exclusively to the scheduling and allocation of capacity where

available storage capacity is insufficient to provide service

to all customers desiring service at the level of service

requested. Where Storage Service is interrupted or restricted

due to capacity limitations, such interruption shall be

consistent with the following provisions.


(c) Scheduling of Injections and Withdrawals. On any Day when

Nominations exceed capacity, Transporter shall schedule the

quantities Nominated by Shippers for injection into or

withdrawal from storage in the order described hereinafter:


(i) The first quantities scheduled shall be those quantities

required to meet Transporter's system management.