Pacific Gas Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 09/01/2001, Docket: RP01-501-000, Status: Effective

Seventh Revised Sheet No. 91 Seventh Revised Sheet No. 91 : Effective

Superseding: Sixth Revised Sheet No. 91




28. CAPACITY RELEASE (Continued)


28.3 Notice Requirements


Any Releasing Shipper electing to release capacity shall

submit a notice via PG&E GT-NW's EBB that it elects to

release firm capacity. The notice shall set forth the

following information:


(a) Releasing Shipper's legal name, contract number, and

the name, title, address, telephone number, and fax

number of the individual responsible for authorizing

the release of capacity.


(b) Rate schedule of the Releasing Shipper.


(c) In accordance with GISB Standard 5.3.26, Version 1.4,

Releasing Shipper has choice to specify dollars and

cents or percents of maximum tariff rate in the

denomination of bids and all transportation service

providers should support this. Once the choice is

made by the Releasing Shipper, the bids should

comport with the choice. In accordance with GISB

Standard 5.3.27, Version 1.4, for purposes of bidding

and awarding, maximum/minimum rates specified by the

Releasing Shipper should include the tariff

reservation rate and all demand surcharges, as a

total number or as stated separately. If a volumetric

rate is used, Releasing Shipper must indicate whether

bids on a reservation charge basis will be accepted

as well and if so must specify the method of

evaluating the two types of bids. Releasing Shipper

also should indicate whether bids will be accepted on

a dollar basis or as a percentage of the Releasing

Shipper's as-billed rate.


(d) Daily quantity of capacity to be released, expressed

in Dth/d, at the designated delivery point(s). (This

must not exceed Releasing Shipper's maximum contract

demand available for capacity release and shall state

the minimum quantity expressed in Dth/d acceptable

for release.)