Columbia Gas Transmission LLC
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 03/03/2009, Docket: RP09-340-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 334 Original Sheet No. 334
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)
Intraday 2 Recall Notification:
(9) Releasing Shipper recalling capacity shall provide notice of such recall to the
Transporter and the first Replacement Shipper no later than 2:30 p.m. on the day that Intraday 2
nominations are due;
(10) Transporter shall provide notification of such recall to all affected Replacement
Shippers no later than 3:30 p.m. on the day that Intraday 2 nominations are due (Central Clock Time).
For recall notification provided to Transporter prior to the recall notification deadline specified in NAESB
WGC Standard No. 5.3.44 and received between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Transporter shall provide notification
to all affected Replacement Shippers no later than one hour after receipt of such recall notification. For
recall notification provided to Transporter after 5:00 p.m. and prior to 7:00 a.m., Transporter shall provide
notification to all affected Replacement Shippers no later than 8:00 a.m. after receipt of such recall
notification (Central Clock Time).
(d) For the recall notification provided to Transporter, the quantity shall conform to Transporter's
capacity recall notification specification. Transporter requires that the quantity must be expressed in terms
of adjusted total released capacity entitlements based upon the Elapsed Pro rata Capacity.
(e) Assignment Agreements that call for payment by Shipper of a one-part volumetric rate may not be
released and assigned.
(f) If a Releasor's Service Agreement is suspended or terminated, then Transporter may terminate
the release of capacity to the Replacement Shipper if Transporter has first provided the Replacement Shipper
an opportunity to continue receiving service by paying the lesser of (i) the Releasor's Service Agreement
rate; (ii) the applicable Recourse Rate; or (iii) some other rate that is acceptable to Transporter.
(g) If a Replacement Shipper's Service Agreement is suspended or terminated, then the released
capacity will revert to the Releasor.
(a) Transporter, in accordance with the terms of this Tariff, shall: (i) bill the Releasor for the
full reservation charge, applicable reservation-related surcharges and any other fixed charges for which
Releasor is otherwise obligated to Transporter, less either the reservation charge bid by Releasor's
Replacement Shipper, or the reservation charge portion of amounts billed to Replacement Shippers paying one-
part volumetric rates; and (ii) bill the Replacement Shipper for (A) the reservation charge bid by that
Replacement Shipper (except for periods during which the Releasor has recalled the capacity), (B) all
commodity charges, or all payments under one-part volumetric rates, and any minimum volumetric commitment
agreed to but not met by the Replacement Shipper, (C) any commodity surcharges, (D) any penalties or imbalance
correction costs associated with the assigned capacity, and (E) any applicable overrun charges, as any of
these charges may change from time to time upon approval of the Commission. For all payments received from
Replacement Shipper, Transporter shall allocate such payment first to the reservation charge (or to the
reservation charge component under a one-part rate) and then any amounts above that level to the commodity
charge (or to the commodity charge component under a one-part rate). Replacement Shipper may, upon notice to
Transporter and approval of the Releasor, appoint Releasor as its agent to receive such billings from
Transporter. The charges shall be pro-rated for a Billing Month if necessary.