Dauphin Island Gathering Partners

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2010, Docket: RP10-1262-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 217 First Revised Sheet No. 217

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 217

 

(xii) whether the Minimum Reservation Rates are

inclusive or exclusive of any and all demand

surcharges;

 

(xiii) if bids for capacity to be released from FT-1 (MP)

or FT-1 (DI) Transportation Service Agreements on

a volumetric rate basis are acceptable, whether

the volume bid is a maximum daily throughput

commitment for billing purposes, i.e. the

Acquiring Shipper's monthly bill and the Releasing

Shipper's monthly credit will be no less than the

volume bid multiplied by the volumetric rate bid

multiplied by the number of days in the month that

the release was in effect;

 

(xiv) whether bids may be submitted that are contingent

on (i) the award of upstream or downstream

capacity on another pipeline system, (ii) the

success or failure of another bid for capacity on

Transporter's MP Facility or Transporter's DI

Facility effective the same date/bid, or (iii) any

other type of contingency specified in the Offer;

the deadlines for removing any such contingencies

pursuant to Section 19.9;

 

(xv) the economic criteria to be utilized by

Transporter in determining the "best bid" shall be

one of the following (i) highest rate, (ii) net

revenue, or (iii) present value. For the capacity

release business process timing model, only the

following methodologies are required to be

supported by Transporter and provided to Releasing

Shipper as choices from which to select and, once

chosen, should be used in determining the awards

from the bid(s) submitted. They are: 1) highest

rate, 2) net revenue and 3) present value. For

index-based capacity release transactions, the

releasing Shipper should provide the necessary

information and instructions to support the chosen

methodology. Other choices of bid evaluation

methodology (including other Releasing Shipper

defined evaluation methodologies) can be accorded

similar timeline evaluation treatment at the

discretion of the Transporter. However, the

Transporter is not required to offer other choices

or similar timeline treatment for other choices,

nor, is the Transporter held to the timeline

should the Releasing Shipper elect another method

of evaluation; and