American Midstream (AlaTenn), LLC

Fifth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2010, Docket: RP10-493-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 182 Original Sheet No. 182

 

32.2 Any request for a Delegation Change must include the full name, address,

and telephone

numbers

of appropriate contacts at Shipper's Representative and the PDA Party's places

of business, and

must

be submitted in writing to (i) Transporter and (ii) PDA Parties at the Receipt and

Delivery Points

through

which the delegated Transportation Service is to be received/delivered. Upon

receipt of a written

change request, Transporter shall send to Shipper, Shipper's Representative, and

the PDA Party

involved a Delegation Authorization Contract. The change will become effective

on the first Day

of the

first Month following the date that Transporter receives all necessary fully

executed Delegation

Authorization Contracts.

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

32.3 Shipper's Representative shall not have the right to amend the underlying

Contract in any

manner,

including but not limited to, changing Primary Receipt or Delivery Point(s) and

changing the

MDQ at

Receipt and Delivery Point(s).

 

32.4 Transporter shall rely on communications and actions of Shipper's

Representative for all

purposes.

Communications with, and actions by, the Shipper's Representative shall be

deemed

communications

with or actions by Shipper. Shipper shall indemnify and hold Transporter

harmless from suits,

actions,

costs, losses and expenses (including, without limitation, attorney's fees) arising

from claims

associated

with Transporter's reliance on the communications and actions of Shipper's

Representative. If

Shipper's

Representative fails to meet its obligation under Shipper's Transportation

Contract, then, without

Transporter being obligated to proceed against such representative, Shipper shall

be liable for all

obligations under the Transportation Contract.

 

32.5 A third party may administer rights under multiple transportation contracts,

provided

however, that

such representative shall separately administer and account for each such

transportation

contract,

including, without limitation, submitting nominations.

 

32.6 A third party receiving capacity by delegation shall use such capacity for the

transportation

of gas

for only those Shippers that have delegated the rights and obligations under their

transportation

contracts.

 

33. RESERVED