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Effective Date: 06/28/2010, Docket: RP10-783-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 306 Second Revised Sheet No. 306

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 306







25.1 Procedure. (continued)


(h) Required Information for the Release of Capacity.



(2) Whether the capacity is biddable.


(3) The level of daily firm entitlements that the

Releasing Shipper elects to release, expressed as a

numeric quantity per Day for Transportation, which

will be displayed in the LINK® System posting for

prospective Replacement Shippers as the available



(4) The Transportation Path(s) or Segment within such

Transportation Path(s), and quantity to be released.


(5) The requested effective date and the term of the



(6) The minimum acceptable period of release and minimum

acceptable quantities (if any).


(7) The Releasing Shipper's maximum reservation rates

(including any demand type surcharges, direct bills,

or similar mechanisms), any minimum rate requirement,

whether bids are to be submitted on a reservation or

volumetric basis, and whether the bids should be

stated in dollars and cents or percent of the maximum

tariff rate. The maximum and minimum rates may

separately identify surcharges and direct bills, or

such amounts can be included in the total rate. For

purposes of this Section 25, the maximum reservation

rate(s) for Shipper paying a Negotiated Rate will be

deemed to be the Maximum Recourse Rate(s) as set

forth on the Statements of Rates. For releases that

become effective on or after July 30, 2008, any

maximum and/or minimum rate specified by the

Releasing Shipper can exceed the maximum tariff rate

for the applicable service if (i) the term of the

proposed release is one (1) year or less, and (ii)

the effective date of the proposed release is on or

before one (1) year from the date on which

Transporter is notified of the release.


(8) Whether the Releasing Shipper is requesting that

Transporter actively market the capacity to be