Texas Gas Transmission Corporation

First Revised Volume No. 2-A

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RP93-106-001, Status: Suspended

Sub Original Sheet No. 129J Sub Original Sheet No. 129J : Suspended






agreed to between the Releasing Customer

and Prearranged Replacement Customer and

Prearranged Replacement Customers must

contract with Pipeline for the capacity

released and assigned and comply with all

other tariff terms governing Pipeline's

Capacity Release Program except for the

bidding requirements.


(d) Submission of Bids


(i) Bids for capacity offered for release and

assignment must identify the package of

capacity being bid upon by its capacity

release ID number and must contain the

proposed term, price, and quantity bid

and respond to all other terms posted in

the Capacity Release Notice. Bids will

be considered binding unless withdrawn

before the expiration of the bidding

deadline; however, bids may be

conditioned upon any contingency allowed

by the Releasing Customer. Bids must

also include a statement that the bidder

will comply with all terms and conditions

of Pipeline's tariff regarding capacity

release and firm transportation, as well

as its agreement to pay Pipeline's maxi-

mum FT commodity charge (unless a dis-

counted commodity rate has been agreed to

between Pipeline and Releasing Customer)

for all quantities transported plus any

related surcharges.


(ii) Bids may be submitted in writing or

through the EBB to Pipeline. All bids

submitted will be posted to Pipeline's

EBB, as soon as possible. However, bids

posted will not identify the particular