B-R Pipeline Company

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2004, Docket: RP04-224-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 101 Original Sheet No. 101 : Effective

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

20. CAPACITY RELEASE (Continued)

 

(o) A Bidder may withdraw its bid in accordance with NAESB Standard

5.3.13, provided, however, that the Bidder may not then resubmit a

bid with a lower Economic Value for the same capacity. Bidder may

not submit multiple bids on the same release package.

 

(p) Transporter will provide service to a Replacement Shipper or a

Prearranged Replacement Shipper pursuant to an executed Service

Agreement. Transporter's accepted bid for release of firm

capacity or the posting specified in Section 20.3(a) will

constitute an exhibit to the Service Agreement between Transporter

and the Replacement Shipper or Prearranged Replacement Shipper.

The request for release of firm capacity, along with Transporter's

accepted bid for release of firm capacity shall also constitute an

amendment to the Service Agreement between Releasing Shipper and

Transporter, reflecting the release of capacity including all

terms and conditions of the release.

 

(q) Transporter may assess a marketing fee to a Releasing Shipper,

if agreed upon by both Transporter and Releasing Shipper, pursuant

to a separately negotiated marketing contract, for marketing

services to be performed by Transporter.

 

(r) All terms of Capacity Release transactions between

Transporter, the Releasing Shipper and the Replacement Shipper or

Prearranged Replacement Shipper, must be agreed to through the

public notification and posting procedures contained herein.

 

20.3 Recalls of Released Capacity

 

(a) Releasing shippers may, to the extent permitted as a condition of the

capacity release, recall released capacity at the Timely, Early Evening,

Evening, Intra-Day 1 and Intra-Day 2 Nomination cycles by providing notice

to the Transporter and the affected Replacement Shipper(s), via a mutually

agreed-upon method, by the following times for each cycle on the day such

Nominations are due: 8 a.m. CCT for the Timely Nomination cycle; 3:00 p.m.

CCT for the Early Evening Nomination Cycle; 5:00 p.m. CCT for the Evening

Nomination Cycle; 7 a.m. CCT for the Intra-Day 1 Nomination cycle; and 2:30

p.m. CCT for the Intra-Day 2 Nomination cycle. Notification to all

affected replacement shippers provided by Transporter within one hour of

receipt of recall notification. (NAESB 5.1.2, 5.3.44 and 5.3.45)

 

(b) When Transporter sends Internet E-mail notification for recalling of

capacity to each affected Replacement Shipper, the subject line of the E-

mail will include the following information separated by commas in the

following order: (1) "Recall", (2) the recall notification period, (3) the

Effective Date in YYYYMMDD format, (4) the name or abbreviation of

Transporter (excluding commas, and (5) Transporter's D-U-N-S number. The

body of such E-mail notification will contain at least the affected

Replacement Shipper's Contract Number, the quantity of capacity being

recalled, and the Offer Number or Award Number, if necessary to uniquely

identify the capacity being recalled. Where supported by Transporter, for

recalls that are effective at non-standard times, the appropriate