Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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

First Revised Sheet No. 380M First Revised Sheet No. 380M

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 380M





20.2 (Continued)


(c) User-Friendliness and Interactive Features. The EBB will be

menu-driven, with file search, download and on-line help

capabilities. Information posted on the EBB will be

chronologically sequenced with the most recent information

presented first. Transporter will periodically purge the EBB to

remove completed transactions.


Transporter's EBB will provide for interactive communication

between Transporter and the Shippers and potential Shippers on

Transporter's system. This interactive communication will

include the ability to electronically submit offers to release

capacity, to receive bids in response to such offers, to

validate and evaluate the bids, and to execute contracts

formalizing such releases and acquisitions of capacity.


(d) Retention and Availability of EBB Information. Transporter will

conduct a daily backup of the EBB information. This information

will be archived for three years on electronic media.

Transporter shall make Capacity Release historical data

available on a consistent basis, which will provide for

retrieval of open and closed offers during the three year FERC

archival period (NAESB Standard 5.3.20). Shippers or other

Parties desiring specific historical data may request, either

electronically or in writing, a search of the archived

information. Transporter will provide, at Party's discretion,

hardcopy or electronic media versions of the requested data and

will charge a fee to recover the costs of the time and

materials associated with the data search and recovery.

Notwithstanding this Section 20.2(d), Transporter shall retain

its affiliate waiver log for five years from the date of



20.3 Posting of Available Capacity. Transporter will post on the EBB, and

will make available via EDI utilizing the NAESB Standard data sets,

separately stated information relating to the firm and interruptible

transportation capacity available on its transmission system

detailed as to:


(a) Receipt and Delivery Point(s), as the data at those points

relates to main line segments and Transportation routes.


(b) Main Line Segments.