Wyoming Interstate Company, Ltd.

Second Revised Volume No. 2

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

First Revised Sheet No. 83C First Revised Sheet No. 83C

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 83C







20.1 Transporter will maintain an electronic bulletin board ("EBB"),

in compliance with the FERC's Order No. 636, et al., which will

provide bulletin board users with information regarding available

transportation capacity, quantity imbalance, and operational and

scheduling information on Transporter's transmission system. The

EBB will be generally accessible to anyone having executed the

appropriate Access Agreements and Forms, utilizing an

IBM-compatible personal computer with Microsoft Windows operating

systems, communication software provided by Transporter, and a

modem with a baud rate of at least 14,400. The personal computer

hardware specifications are detailed in the CIG Xpress 2.0 user's

manual or can be obtained from Transporter's Transmission and

Storage Department. The EBB will be accessible to anyone with the

above equipment, seven days a week.


Transporter also complies with the regulatory requirements of the

FERC as they relate to the provision of specific business

information via electronic data interchange (EDI). Specifically,

in addition to the EBB system described above, Transporter also

supports the Electronic Delivery Mechanism for transfer of

certain business information utilizing the EDI data sets included

in the NAESB Standards.


20.2 Transporter shall post on its EBB all Points of Receipt and

Delivery available for service.


20.3 Transporter shall provide on request operationally available

capacity separate from unsubscribed capacity (NAESB Standard



20.4 Capacity Release historical data shall be made available on a

consistent basis from Transporter, which shall provide for

retrieval of open and closed offers during the FERC archival

period (NAESB Standard 5.3.20).