Dominion Transmission, Inc.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/01/2009, Docket: RP09-277-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 1145 Second Revised Sheet No. 1145

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 1145



Capacity Release


The Releasing Customer may not re-release all or part of the

subject capacity to the same Replacement Customer until 28

days after the first release has ended, unless (a) the

Releasing Customer posts the re-release for bidding or

(b) the re-release is otherwise exempt pursuant to Section




F. The Releasing Customer's posted notice of release will include:


1. Identification of Releasing Customer, including a contact

person for communications regarding the posted notice.


2. Identification of Releasing Customer's service agreement

with Pipeline (Pipeline's Service Agreement number).


3. The date and time of posting, and the date and time by which

all bidders must have submitted their bids to Pipeline's

EBB. A Releasing Customer may not specify an extension of

the original bid period or the pre-arranged deal match

period, without posting a new release.


4. The quantity to be released expressed as a numeric quantity,

including any minimum or maximum acceptable packages, or

whether bids for less than the full quantity released are

acceptable. The basis for released quantity should be per

date and time for transportation and Storage Demand, and a

per-release quantity for Storage Capacity and total release

period quantity.


5. The daily contract entitlement for partial-day releases

shall be allocated to the Releasing Customer and Replacement

Customer pro rata, based on the effective time of the

capacity release. This allocated daily contract entitlement

shall be used for purposes of nominations, billing and, if

applicable, for overrun calculations.