El Paso Natural Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 10/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 60-016, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 259 Second Revised Sheet No. 259 : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 259






24.4 The EBB shall contain information concerning the availability

of capacity: (Continued)


(d) whether the capacity is available from El Paso directly

or through El Paso's Capacity Release Program set forth

in Section 28 contained in this Volume No. 1-A Tariff.


24.5 El Paso shall post on the EBB notification of any of its

uncommitted firm pipeline capacity.


24.6 El Paso shall post, daily, on the EBB notification of any

unscheduled capacity available for interruptible

transportation service, with bidding in accordance with the

applicable provisions of Section 19 contained in this Volume

No. 1-A Tariff.


24.7 EBB users shall have access to all the information

specifically identified in FERC Order Nos. 497 and 636. EBB

access, including historical data, shall be available to state

regulatory commissions and state consumer advocates on the

same basis as any other party. El Paso shall maintain backup

copies of the data contained on its EBB for three years, which

may be archived to off-line storage. Parties may access the

on-line data directly through the EBB. In the event the data

has been archived off-line, parties may request the data from

Passport Services through Passport's electronic mail service,

wherein such data shall be made available for downloading on

user's computer. EBB users shall be allowed to download files

so their contents can be reviewed in detail without tying up

access to EBB. Information on the most recent transactions

shall be listed before older information. EBB users shall be

able to split large files into smaller parts for ease of use.

On-line help shall be available to assist the EBB users along

with a search function allowing users to locate all

information concerning a specific transaction, and menus that

permit users to separately access each record in the

transportation log, offers to release capacity, capacity

available directly from the pipeline, and standards of conduct