Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1-D

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Effective Date: 03/27/2000, Docket: RP00-316-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 40B First Revised Sheet No. 40B : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 40B



(2) The fixed reservation charge and/or volumetric

charge the Prearranged Shipper has agreed to pay for the

released capacity;


(3) Whether the capacity being released is subject

to recall and/or reput in the Prearranged Release and, if

so, the exact conditions of such recall and/or reput (which

conditions must conform with Sections 23.5 and 23.14); and


(4) The proposed effective date of the Prearranged

Release and the proposed term of the Prearranged Release.


(c) Whether the Releasing Shipper will accept Qualified

Bids which are contingent on subsequent events (such as the

purchase of upstream or downstream capacity), and if so, what

events and the last date by which such contingency must be



(d) Whether the Releasing Shipper will accept Qualified

Bids with longer terms or larger volumes, and if so, what is the

maximum volume and the longest term the Releasing Shipper will



(e) Whether the Releasing Shipper wants Transporter to

actively market its capacity rights subject to the Prearranged

Release pursuant to Section 31 of these General Terms and



(f) The starting date for and the length of time for the

open season (which must conform to Section 23.7) and the length

of time [consistent with Section 23.9(b)] for the Prearranged

Shipper to be able to match a winning Qualified Bid;


(g) Whether the Releasing Shipper will accept Qualified

Bids whose revenues will vary by the volume transported, and if

so, any minimum amount to be billed as a reservation charge even

if there is no flow (or insufficient flow);


(h) Which of the bid evaluation procedures set forth in

Section 23.10 the Shipper wishes to use, if any;


(i) Whether the Qualified Bids are to specify dollars

and cents and/or percents of maximum tariff rate (to the extent

the rate ceilings on such release have been waived pursuant to 18

C.F.R. Seciton 284.8(i), such percents may exceed 100%); and