Enbridge Pipelines (Midla) Inc.

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/2001, Docket: GT01- 30-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 122 Original Sheet No. 122 : Effective



in Paragraph 4.3(d) for releases longer than one (1) month

or Paragraph 4.4(d) for releases one (1) month or less, the

length of the period for submission of offers (hereinafter

called Bid Period); Customers requesting any modification to

the Bid Period once a bid has been posted by Pipeline shall

be required to withdraw the posted bid in accordance with

Paragraphs 4.3(b) and 4.4(b) hereof and resubmit a modified

bid in accordance with


(j) whether bids on a one-part volumetric basis, which, for the

release of one (1) year or more, shall not exceed the one-

hundred percent (100%) load factor equivalent of the maximum

reservation charge for the capacity being released, may be

submitted by Potential Customer, and if so, the method for

evaluating any such bids;


(k) whether a contingent bid that extends beyond the Bid Period

may be submitted, and the terms and conditions for

determining whether the next highest bidder will be

obligated to acquire the capacity should the winning

contingent bidder withdraw its bid; and


(l) for release of one (1) year or more, the maximum reservation

charge and all demand surcharges (whether Inclusive or

seperately stated) applicable to the capacity being



(m) Effective until 9:00 a.m. central clock time on September 30,

2002, or such date as the Commission may order, there is no

maximum rate for release of less than one (1) year.


4.7 Formats of Notices, Bids, and Awards


Any Customer's Notice submitted to Pipeline by Releasing Customer,

bid submitted to Pipeline by Potential or Prearranged Customer, or

award made by Pipeline to Replacement Shipper shall when

reflecting numerical values representing dollar amounts, specify

an equivalent rate as reflected in Pipeline's current tariff. For

any such transactions reflecting rates different than maximum

tariff rates, converting daily rate to monthly rate is

accomplished by multiplying the daily rate times number of days in

rate period, dividing the result by number of months in rate

period and taking the remainder out to five (5) decimal places