Pacific Gas Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 06/01/2001, Docket: RP01-400-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 93 Third Revised Sheet No. 93 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 93



28. CAPACITY RELEASE (Continued)


28.3 Notice Requirements (Continued)


(n) Tie-breaker method preferred: (1) pro rata, (2) lottery,

(3) order of submission (first-come/first-serve). If none

are selected, the system defaults to pro rata.


(o) Recall provisions. These provisions must be objectively

stated, nondiscriminatory, applicable to all bidders,

operationally and administratively feasible as determined

by PG&E GT-NW and in accordance with PG&E GT-NW's tariff.


(p) The minimum rate (percentage of: reservation charge or a

volumetric equivalent of the maximum reservation charge

applicable to the Parcel on a 100% load-factor basis)

acceptable to Releasor for this Parcel. 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.


(q) Whether the Releasing Shipper is willing to accept

contingent bids that extend beyond the close of the Bid

Period and, if so, any nondiscriminatory terms and

conditions applicable to such contingencies including the

date by which such contingency must be satisfied (which

date shall not be later than the last day upon which PG&E

GT-NW must award capacity) and whether, or for what time

period, the next highest bidder(s) will be obligated to

acquire the capacity should the winning contingent bidder

be unable to satisfy the contingency specified in its



(r) Whether the Releasing Shipper wants to specify a longer

bidding period for its Parcel than specified at Paragraph