B-R Pipeline Company

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Effective Date: 05/18/2009, Docket: RP09-521-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 97 First Revised Sheet No. 97

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 97

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

20. CAPACITY RELEASE (Continued)

 

6. if Releasing Shipper desires to release capacity on

the basis of a volumetric rate, Releasing Shipper must

provide the criteria Releasing Shipper desires Transporter

to use in the evaluation of volumetric bids and any other

terms and conditions of the release;

 

7. if Releasing Shipper has secured a Prearranged

Replacement Shipper, the release request must also contain:

 

(a) the name of the Prearranged Replacement Shipper;

 

(b) the rate and term of the bid which such Prearranged

Replacement Shipper is willing to pay;

 

(c) whether the transaction is being made pursuant to (i) a

standard capacity release, (ii) the implementation of an Asset

Management Arrangement, as defined in 18 C.F.R. Section

284.8(h)(3) ("AMA"), or (iii) a state-regulated retail access

program, as defined in 18 C.F.R. Section 284.8 (h)(4); and

 

(d) whether the Prearranged Replacement Shipper is affiliated

with the Releasing Shipper;

 

8. if Releasing Shipper has secured a Prearranged

Replacement Shipper pursuant to the implementation of an AMA

transaction, the release request must also contain AMA Special

Terms and Conditions which: 1) state that the release is being

made to implement an AMA; and 2) specifies the quantity and

term commitment of the Replacement Shipper's delivery or

purchase obligation to the Releasing Shipper;

 

9. whether Releasing Shipper is willing to accept

contingent bids that extend beyond the open season and the

terms and conditions applicable to such contingency,

including the rights and obligations of the next highest

Bidder to secure the released capacity in the event that the

contingency is not fulfilled or the winning contingent

Bidder exercises its option not to take the capacity. The

date to which the contingency may be extended must end at

least four (4) working days prior to the effective date of

the release.

 

(e) All bids for released capacity shall set forth the

following:

 

1. Bidder's name and capacity release number bidding on;

 

2. receipt point(s) and delivery point(s) bidding on and

the volume and rate associated with each;

 

3. term of bid;

 

4. minimum percentage of the volume which the Bidder is

willing to accept; and

 

5. (if applicable) any affiliate of Transporter involved

in the transaction.