Dauphin Island Gathering Partners

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Effective Date: 12/23/1997, Docket: RP98- 17-000, Status: Effective

Substitute Original Sheet No. 192 Substitute Original Sheet No. 192 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 192

(d) Transporter shall support the function of reputting

by Releasing Shipper. If recall is subject to reput

and time remains in the term for which the firm

capacity was temporarily released, the capacity

shall revert back to the last Acquiring Shipper

either on the date previously specified in the Offer

or upon notice given by the Releasing Shipper in the

same manner and time as set forth in Subsection

19.4(b). If following the recall, no time remains

in the term for which the capacity was temporarily

released, the capacity rights shall remain with the

Releasing Shipper for either its continued

utilization or for release again pursuant to this

Section 19.

 

19.5 Shipper's Obligations:

 

(a) Acquiring Shipper:

 

(i) Permanent Release: To bid on capacity for a

Permanent Release under Subsection 19.3(a),

the bidder must be preapproved for credit and

have submitted an executed Transportation

Service Request Form, as more particularly set

forth in Subsection 19.6(d). Once a bid on an

Offer for a Permanent Release of capacity

under Subsection 19.3(a) is accepted, the

Acquiring Shipper shall execute a separate

FT-1 (MP), FT-1 (DI), FT-2 (MP), FT-2 (DI) or

FT-3 (MP) Transportation Service Agreement by

10:00 a.m. CCT the day of nomination to

utilize the capacity under the terms set forth

in the best bid and the terms and conditions

of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff applicable to

the capacity released. Once the Acquiring

Shipper executes its FT-1 (MP), FT-1 (DI), FT-

2 (MP), FT-2 (DI) or FT-3 (MP) Transportation

Service Agreement resulting from a Permanent

Release, the Acquiring Shipper becomes an

existing Shipper with separate firm contract

quantities like any other Shipper and is

subject to the applicable provisions of

Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff, including but

not limited to Transporter's billing and

payment and operational provisions.

 

(ii) Temporary Release: To bid on capacity offered

under one of the types of Temporary Releases

set forth in Subsection 19.3(b), the bidder

must be preapproved for credit and have

executed a Form of Service Agreement for

Temporary Releases of Firm Transportation

Capacity ("Temporary Release Agreement"), as

more particularly set forth in Subsection

19.6(e). Before an Acquiring Shipper may

execute a Temporary Release Agreement with

Transporter to utilize released firm capacity,

the Acquiring Shipper must