Wyoming Interstate Company, Ltd.

Second Revised Volume No. 2

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Effective Date: 04/12/2010, Docket: RP10-491-000, Status: Effective

Seventh Revised Sheet No. 50 Seventh Revised Sheet No. 50

Superseding: Substitute Sixth Revised Sheet No. 50







4.10 Right of First Refusal (Continued)

(a) Shipper Notice of Intent to Renew (Continued)


(iv) A Shipper shall furnish notice of its intent to extend

its firm transportation agreement by issuing a notice

to extend pursuant to Section 4.10(a)(ii). Such notice

will include the proposed terms of extension.


(v) If the expiring firm transportation agreement contains

an "evergreen" provision, the Shipper's right to

continued Service, as to all its terms, shall be

governed by the terms of the "evergreen" provision.


(vi) If an "evergreen" provision is not included in the

expiring agreement, and the Shipper provides notice of

its desire to extend the agreement at the maximum

Tariff rate and for a term of less than 5 years,

Transporter shall proceed to a "Solicitation of Bids"

as described in this Section. If the notice includes a

request for a rate discount, the request shall be

considered a notice of intent to terminate and the

Shipper shall have no first right to the capacity

underlying its firm transportation agreement. Shipper's

desire to extend service but at discounted rates shall

be considered with other bids for the capacity received

under the "Solicitation of Bids." If Shipper's bid is

superior to other bids received, Transporter and the

Shipper may negotiate a new agreement, but neither

Transporter nor Shipper shall have any rights or

obligations as to the expiring agreement or to the

capacity underlying it.


(vii) Shipper having a negotiated rate firm transportation

agreement does not have a right of first refusal.


(b) Subject to Section 4.10(a), Shipper may exercise its right to

retain a portion of its firm service entitlement subject to

the right of first refusal, however, the Shipper may not

exercise the right of first refusal for a geographic portion

of its agreement.