Kentucky West Virginia Gas Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 18-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 48 Original Sheet No. 48 : Superseded




25.4 Notice by Releasing Customer


A Releasing Customer that wishes to place capacity up for bid

through Pipeline's capacity release program shall submit a notice

to Pipeline's electronic bulletin board that it elects to

release firm capacity. This notice shall be provided at least

five (5) business days prior to the first day of the anticipated

release or such lesser time as Pipeline may agree to. For

release of capacity of less than one calendar month where

the Releasing Customer has prearranged a Replacement Customer and

no bidding is required, said notice must be provided as soon as

possible, but no later than 48 hours after the release begins.

The notice shall set forth the following information:


(i) Releasing customer's name and the name and title of the

individual authorizing the release of capacity;

(ii) Service Agreement number;

(iii) The maximum and minimum quantity of firm daily capacity

which the releasing customer desires to release;

(iv) The primary points of receipt and delivery at which the

customer will release the capacity and the capacity to be

released at each point;

(v) Whether the release is firm or interruptible, and the

conditions on interruption including recall rights;

(vi) The requested effective date and the term of the release;

(vii) Whether the releasing customer is willing to consider

release for a shorter time period, and the time period

that will be considered;

(viii) Whether the releasing customer is willing to consider

releasing capacity at a rate lower than the maximum rate

for the applicable service;

(ix) Whether the releasing customer wants Pipeline to market

its released capacity;

(x) The criteria which Pipeline should apply in determining

the "best bid" and any tie-breaker to be applied in the

event of equal bids. Said criteria must be objectively

stated and non-discriminatory; and

(xi) The length of the bidding period desired.