Ozark Gas Transmission, L. L. C.

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/16/2009, Docket: RP09-1040-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 130 First Revised Sheet No. 130

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 130




(2) the Releasing Shipper's Service Agreement under which capacity is

being released;

(3) the maximum and minimum quantity, expressed as a numeric quantity,

per Day to be released (for purposes of bidding and awarding, the

maximum/minimum rates specified by the Releasing Shipper shall

include the tariff reservation rate and all demand surcharges, as a

total number or as stated separately);

(4) the term of the release specifying the Month, Day and Year such

release is to begin and the Month, Day and Year such release is to


(5) the minimum rate the Releasing Shipper is willing to accept,

provided, however, a Releasing Shipper shall not be obligated to

specify a minimum rate;

(6) the Primary Receipt Point(s) and/or Primary Delivery Point(s), if


(7) the Segment(s) and Primary Path Segment Rights to be released;

(8) whether the release is subject to a right of recall or reput and, if

recallable, (i) whether the recall rights are on a full Day or a

partial Day basis, (ii) whether the Releasing Shipper's recall

notification must be provided exclusively on a Business Day, (iii)

the recall notification period(s), as identified in Section 14.1(c)

below, that will be available for use by the parties, and (iv) any

reput methods and rights associated with returning the previously

recalled capacity to the Replacement Shipper;

(9) for biddable releases, the bid evaluation method which shall be, at

Shipper's option, one of the standard evaluation methods (highest

rate, net revenue or present value) or an alternative Shipper

defined bid evaluation method to be used by Transporter in selecting

the best bid; provided, however, such alternative Shipper defined

bid evaluation method shall be applicable to all Replacement or

Prearranged Shippers, not unduly discriminatory and must be set

forth with sufficient specificity that Transporter's evaluation of

the bids to determine the "best bid" is a purely ministerial matter

that does not require any discretionary exercise of judgment by


(10) the Prearranged Shipper, if any, whether the Prearranged Shipper is

affiliated with the Releasing Shipper, and whether the Prearranged

Shipper is an asset manager (as defined by FERC regulations at 18

C.F.R. § 284.8(h)(3)) or a marketer participating in a state-

regulated retail access program (as defined by FERC regulations at

18 C.F.R. § 284.8(h)(4)), and, if the proposed release is part of an

asset management arrangement, the volumetric level of the asset

manager's delivery or purchase obligation and the time period during

which that obligation is in effect;

(11) whether the Releasing Shipper is willing to accept bids on a demand

charge or volumetric basis, or a volumetric basis with a minimum

volumetric commitment;

(12) whether bids must be in dollars and cents or percentage of maximum


(13) for releases of storage capacity, a detailed description of any

storage inventory that must be transferred with the storage


(14) the tie-breaking method that should be used if the Releasing Shipper

does not desire to use the method described in Section 14.4;

(15) whether the Replacement Shipper is permitted to re-release any

capacity acquired from the Releasing Shipper; and

(16) other terms and conditions, if any.