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. 379 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 379

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 379





(ii) Nominations for imbalance payback to or from

Transporter are considered to be in balance for

purposes of this section.


(b) To the extent that a Shipper's Nominations under any

Transportation Service Agreement result in a Scheduled

Imbalance Quantity, such Shipper shall be subject to the

following Scheduled Imbalance Penalties:


(i) Scheduled Imbalance Penalties are based on Scheduled

Imbalance Quantity divided by the larger of total

scheduled Delivery Quantities or total net Receipt

Quantities (total Receipt Quantities less Fuel

Reimbursement). Such difference shall be expressed as a

Scheduled Imbalance Percentage.


(ii) Scheduled Imbalance Penalty charges are based on the

following schedule which is applicable to Transporter's

Maximum Interruptible Transportation Commodity Rates:


Percentage Applicable to Interruptible

Scheduled Imbalance Percentage Transportation Commodity Rate

------------------------------ --------------------------------------


0 to 5% 0%

>5% to 10% 100%

>10% to 20% 200%

>20% to 40% 300%

>40% to 80% 500%

>80% 1000%


(c) Exception to Scheduled Imbalance Penalty. Scheduled Imbalance

Penalties shall be waived for the following reasons:


(i) if Shipper's Scheduled Imbalance is a result of

Shipper's compliance with directives issued by

Transporter under an Operational Flow Order.


(ii) Shipper's Scheduled Imbalance is affected by a

declaration of a Force Majeure event by Transporter.


(iii) Shipper has elected to use Transporter's Automatic

Parking and Lending Service unless usage of such

Service has been suspended by Transporter pursuant to

Section 2.1 of Rate Schedule APAL-1.