Iroquois Gas Transmission System, L.P.


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Effective Date: 09/01/2003, Docket: RP03-420-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 96 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 96 : Effective

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 96



(ii) the maximum and minimum quantity of

firm daily capacity that the Releasing Shipper elects to

release stated in Dth/day; for the purposes of this provision if

a Releasing Shipper which contracts for capacity in Mcf/d, wishes

to release all of its capacity for a period of more than one

month, it shall convert the maximum quantity of firm daily

capacity to be released from Mcf to Dth by making one Mcf equal

to one Dth;


(iii) the Receipt and Delivery Point(s)

at which the Releasing Shipper will release capacity and the

firm capacity to be released at such points;


(iv) whether the capacity will be

released on a firm or recallable basis, whether the recalled

capacity can be reput, the latest allowable recall notification

period, and the terms under which capacity can be

recalled and/or reput;


(v) the requested effective date, time

for short term releases and end date of the release;


(vi) whether the Releasing Shipper is

willing to release such capacity for a shorter period of time

and, if so, the minimum acceptable period of the release;


(vii) any minimum rate or other

requirements; Releasing Shipper has the choice to specify

dollars and cents or percents of the maximum tariff rate in the

denomination of bids and Transporter shall support this. Once

the choice is made by the Releasing Shipper, the bids should

comport with the choice;


(viii) the date and time that bidding will

cease subject to the requirements of Section 28.6(a). Any

extension of the end date and time for accepting bids will

require that Releasing Shipper withdraw the offer to release

capacity and post a new release with the extended end date and



(ix) whether the Releasing Shipper requests

Transporter's assistance (other than posting information on

Transporter's website) in marketing the released capacity and,

if so, the type of service desired;