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  1. Colorado Interstate Gas CompanyWyoming Interstate CompanyCheyenne Plains Gas Pipeline Company

    Customer Advisory Group Update January 13, 2010 – Denver January 14, 2010 – Houston
  2. Purpose of Meeting Provide an update on the Xpress system rewrite and plans for 2010 2010 Goals: Accelerate the scheduling and invoicing rewrites Make only modest enhancements to existing Xpress system (“Legacy Xpress”) Evaluate consolidating transportation systems for all El Paso pipelines
  3. Agenda Xpress System Rewrite Update Legacy Xpress Changes Planned for 2010 Improvements to Headstation Pools Customer requests for changes to Legacy Xpress Questions Contacts Appendix
  4. Xpress System Rewrite Update

    Janice ParkerVice PresidentCustomer Services Kate OlsonPrincipalCustomer Service Kathy Royal Manager NAS Solutions
  5. Xpress System Rewrite Update Adjusted Timeline Nominations and Scheduling Changes Gas Accounting Changes
  6. Xpress System RewriteOriginal Plan Original goal of completely rewriting Xpress by September 30, 2011 Phased approach New system framework / functionality (2009) √ Streamlined Security system (2009) √ Allocations and Storage system – Customer access (July 2009) √ Remaining core systems 2010 – Contracting, Imbalance, Invoicing 2011 – Capacity Release, Nominations, Scheduling 6
  7. New Company InitiativeConsolidating Transportation Systems El Paso’s vision for the future is focused on More standardization Leveraging best practices Using economies of scale One key initiative will be preliminary assessment of a consolidated transportation system for all El Paso pipelines January-July 2010 analysis phase August 2010 decision phase Ensure 2010 Xpress changes add value Original plan for Xpress is being modified 7
  8. Xpress System Rewrite Revised Plan 2010 Goals for Xpress Enhancements Deliver value in 2010 Minimize risks of older technology Improve accuracy 2010 Revised Plan for Xpress Rewrite Scheduling Rewrite – Kathy Royal, business lead Invoicing Rewrite – Sally Wood, business lead Dedicating resources during Analysis Phase for a consolidated system 8
  9. Xpress System RewriteSystem Consolidation Analysis CIG Pipelines Analysis Team Sally Turley, Contracts and Capacity Release Edgar Trillo, backfill for day-to-day management John Driscoll, Nominations and Scheduling Julie Adams, backfill for day-to-day management Mary Sue McNeal, Customer Services Kate Olson, backfill for day-to-day management
  10. Xpress System Rewrite Nominations & Scheduling Focus on redesigning and rewriting: Capacity Allocation Balancing Confirmation Processes Graphical Pipe Screen Accelerated Implementation - November 2010 Rewrites to Scheduling screens and reports will be delayed until decision about consolidated system
  11. Xpress System RewriteNominations & Scheduling What’s in it for Our Customers Flexible receipt and delivery point scheduling (automated and enhanced flow day diversion) Changing ranks effectively during all cycles Additional Reduction Reason Codes Consistent and understandable scheduling results Stable scheduling module
  12. Xpress System RewriteCustomer Impact Customers use existing reports NO CHANGE CIG Schedulers process transactions using enhanced tools and processes Adds Reliability, Flexibility and Accuracy Customers enter nominations and confirmations using existing screens NO CHANGE
  13. Xpress System RewriteFlexible Receipt and Delivery Point Scheduling Support nomination changes to key elements in subsequent intra-day cycles without losing previous cycle scheduling priority Change your receipt points, delivery points, or both Change ranks each cycle Change your upstream and downstream contract/DUNS Change your package ID Just a note: nominations scheduled through a new constraint may still have reductions and EPSQ rules will still apply Exceeds the requirements of the new NAESB standard for receipt and delivery point flexibility (1.3.80)
  14. Xpress System RewriteAdditional Reduction Reason Codes Update - We will not plan to do this one at this time. Update - We will not plan to do this one at this time.
  15. Xpress System RewriteAdditional Reduction Reason Codes Update - We will not plan to do this one at this time. Update - We will not plan to do this one at this time.
  16. Xpress System RewriteAdditional Reduction Reason Codes
  17. Xpress System RewriteGas Accounting Allocations (New) System provided to customers in July 2009 Allocations Storage Allocations (query capability added Oct 2009) Customer-designed Allocation Reports Significant query capability December 2009 Enhancements Create shared query; only originator can change query Set a default query Customize query display Change application colors Requested report enhancements in progress
  18. Xpress System RewriteGas Accounting Detailed materials posted on the CIG EBB Go to the Informational Postings section, click on Other, then on Informational Look up, and finally on Training Materials The file is named Xpress (new) Roll out 2009.pdf Kate Olson and Troy Jackson are available to provide one-on-one training on the new Xpress Allocation System. Please call them at 1-866-523-4243 to schedule a date and time for training at your office.
  19. Xpress System RewriteGas Accounting New Imbalance and Invoicing System Accelerated implementation: October 2010 New query capability including drilldown features Imbalance report will be separate from invoice Canned reports requested by customers Consolidated reporting location Upgrades oldest technology in the Xpress system
  20. Legacy Xpress ChangesPlanned for 2010

    Kathy RoyalManagerNominations and Scheduling Solutions
  21. Legacy Xpress Changes Planned for 2010 Improvements to Headstation Pools Customer Requests Location versus Headstation Pools Pros and Cons Our Proposed Solution Discussion and Decision Remaining Customer Requests Only High-Value Improvements Planned for 2010 Many Requests Deferred for Later Assessment
  22. Legacy Xpress Changes Planned for 2010Customer Requests Requested Headstation Pool Enhancements Easier Pool-to-Pool trading Pooling regions that match market needs Simpler, easier way to submit pool nominations Better tracking Now
  23. CurrentLocation versus Headstation Pools Status
  24. Legacy Xpress Changes Planned for 2010 Easier Pool-to-Pool Trading Eliminate requirement to designate aggregate and title transfer tracking pools Use only one pooling account to aggregate supply, disaggregate supply, and trade with another pool
  25. Redefine North Headstation Pool Areas
  26. Legacy Xpress Changes Planned for 2010New Screens and Tracking Headstation Pool screens updated to have same look and feel as current Location Pool screens UPDATEDHeadstation Pooler Confirmation Screen NEW Supply Status Screen NEW Market Status Screen NEW Supply Tracking Screen NEW Market Tracking Screen
  27. Legacy Xpress Changes Planned for 2010HSP Screens Look and Feel Pooler Confirmation Screen same as Location Pool
  28. Legacy Xpress Changes Planned for 2010HSP Screens Look and Feel Supply Status Screen same as Location Pool
  29. Legacy Xpress Changes Planned for 2010HSP Screens Look and Feel Market Status Screen same as Location Pool
  30. Legacy Xpress Changes Planned for 2010HSP Screens Look and Feel Supply Tracking Screen same as Location Pool
  31. Legacy Xpress Changes Planned for 2010HSP Screens Look and Feel Market Tracking Screen same as Location Pool
  32. ProposedLocation versus Headstation Pools Status * With implementation of proposed changes
  33. Today’s PoolingShipper Buys at Many Location Pools TSA TSA FRD Shipper manages supply at a lower and more complex level of detail LP BLF TSA TSA TSA TSA LP LP LP LP LP LP TSA KAN TSA LOS LP BKF DOR ES2 KIN – Location Pool – Headstation Pool LP TSA – Shipper’s Transport HSP
  34. New Pooling ParadigmShipper Buys from One Headstation Pool TSA TSA FRD Shipper manages supply at a lower and more complex level of detail Shipper manages supply at a higher and simpler level of detail BLF TSA TSA TSA TSA TSA TSA LP LP LP LP LP LP LP HSP HSP KAN TSA LOS BKF DOR LP ES2 KIN – Location Pool – Headstation Pool LP TSA – Shipper’s Transport HSP
  35. Staying in the accounting loop Pooler 1 NHP Pooler 2 NHP Pooler 3 NHP Pooler 4 NHP TSA1 KIN BKF TSA2 BLF TSA3 TSA4 – North Headstation Pool TSA – Downstream Shippers’ Transport NHP
  36. DLOC RLOC DLOC RLOC DLOC RLOC NHP NHP NHP SHP NHP LP LP NHP NHP NHP TSA TSA TSA TSA TSA TSA TSA TSA DLOC RLOC RLOC DLOC DLOC RLOC – North Headstation Pool or South Headstation Pool NHP SHP – Location Pool LP TSA – Shipper’s Transport
  37. Impact of constraints upstreamof the Headstation Pool Kanda West Constraint Laramie East Constraint Pooler 1 NHP Pooler 2 NHP KIN BKF TSA1 5000 BLF TSA2 At Kanda West, Pooler 1 is evaluated based on the contractual rights (primary or secondary) of TSA2 and the Secondary rights of TSA1 (because of the Pool-to-Pool configuration, we do not translate entitlements through a pooling stream). At Laramie East, both Shippers are evaluated based on their contractual entitlements. 2000 – North Headstation Pool TSA1 & TSA2 – Firm Transportation Agreements NHP
  38. More Headstation Pool Information Mike Baker is available to provide one-on-one training on Headstation Pools and/or any other Nominations and Scheduling topic. Please call him at (719) 520-4733 to schedule a date and time for training at your office.
  39. Legacy Xpress Changes Planned for 2010Improvements to Headstation Pooling Customer Decision Point Recap of Headstation Pool Proposal New Pooling Areas More Flexibility New Screens Decision Point If customers see the value, we are proposing these changes for implementation in 3Q 2010 Please refer to the Meeting Minutes posted under this same folder for an update on the revised proposal by CIG based on customer feedback
  40. Other Requested Changes

    Curtis Claar Supervisor Nominations and Scheduling Solutions
  41. Additional Legacy Xpress ChangesCustomer Requests Proposed for implementation during 2010, as resources are available Make Contract Tracking Report at entity level Create Interconnect Operator Reduction Report to display all transactions for locations having reductions (CIG Proposal is to offer existing Interconnect Operator Report at entity level) Show requests to operators after the nomination is saved Add Ranks and Reduction Reason Codes to Contract Tracking Report Provide a copy option on the One Receipt One Delivery screen
  42. Additional Legacy Xpress ChangesCustomer Requests Status of all customer requests in attached Appendix Further changes to Legacy Xpress need to be set aside so we can remain focused on the Scheduling Rewrite and the Consolidated System analysis Customer input will be used during Consolidated System analysis to achieve best practices If Consolidated System is not pursued, CIG will finish rewrite of Xpress in 2011
  43. Recap of 2010 Plan for Xpress Changes Xpress System Rewrite Adjusted timeline Nominations and Scheduling Changes Gas Accounting Changes Changes to Legacy Xpress Pool-to-Pool Minimal High-Value Changes Focus on Consolidated System Review Questions and Next Steps
  44. CIG Contact Information Marketing Will Brown, Director (719) 520-4250 Contracts and Capacity Release Edgar Trillo Tonie Stephens (719) 520-4453 (719) 520-4847 Nominations and Scheduling Julie Adams Curtis Claar, NAS Solutions John Driscoll, Manager (719) 520-4326 (719) 667-7516 (719) 520-4471 Customer Service (Allocations, Imbalances, and Invoicing) Kate Olson Troy Jackson Mary Sue McNeal, Manager (719) 520-4784 (719) 520-4705 (719) 520-3766
  45. Appendix

    Changes Requested by CustomersCompleted Changes
  46. Changes Requested by Customers Requests are Sorted by Customer Priority High Medium Low Proposed Resolution for Each Request Legacy Xpress: Implement in 2010 Possible Monthly Release: As resources allow Xpress Rewrite: Implement in 2010 Assess Later: Re-assess in 4Q 2010 after scheduling rewrite and system consolidation decision Not Planned: Removing from the list
  47. High Priority Customer Requests
  48. Medium Priority Customer Requests
  49. Low Priority Customer Requests
  50. Low Priority Customer Requests