Energy West Development, Inc.

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Effective Date: 06/11/2010, Docket: RP10-732-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 59 Second Revised Sheet No. 59

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 59

 

General Terms and Conditions

 

(3) The level of daily firm entitlements that the Releasing Shipper elects to

release, expressed as a numeric quantity per day for Transportation and

total release period quantity.

 

(4) The Primary Route(s) or segment within such Primary Route(s), and quantity

to be released for such Primary Route.

 

(5) The requested effective date and the term of the release.

 

(6) The minimum acceptable period of release and minimum acceptable quantities

(if any).

 

(7) The Releasing Shipper’s maximum reservation rate (including any demand type

surcharges, direct bills, or similar mechanisms), any minimum rate requirement,

whether bids are to be submitted on a reservation or volumetric basis, and

whether the bids should be stated in dollars and cents or percent of the

maximum tariff rate. The maximum and minimum rates may separately identify

surcharges and direct bills, or such amounts can be included in the total rate.

The Releasing Shipper may specify a minimum reservation charge requirement that

is in excess of the maximum tariff rate for the applicable service if the term of

the proposed release is for one (1) Year or less and the release is to take effect

on or before one (1) Year from the date on which Transporter is notified of the

release.

 

(8) The Releasing Shipper’s request (if at all) for Transporter to market actively

the capacity to be released.

 

(9) The legal name of the Replacement Shipper that is designated in any pre-

arranged release (“Pre-arranged Replacement Shipper”).

 

(10) Whether the capacity is to be released on a recallable basis, and, if so, the

terms and conditions of such recall, and whether the Releasing Shipper is

authorized to reput the release if and when it notifies Transporter that the

recall is no longer in effect; or whether the capacity is to be released on a

permanent basis.

 

(11) Whether the capacity to be released is contingent on the release of other

capacity, or on certain terms and conditions, and if so, the capacity, terms

and/or conditions upon which the release is contingent.

 

(12) The terms and conditions under which Releasing Shipper will accept contingent

bids, including bids that are contingent upon the Replacement Shipper acquiring

Transportation on a pipeline interconnected to Transporter, the method for

evaluating contingent bids, what level of proof is required by the contingent

bidder to demonstrate that the contingency did not occur, and for what time

period the next highest bidder will be obligated to acquire the capacity if the

next winning contingent bidder declines the release.

 

(13) Whether Releasing Shipper requires bidders to post a deposit with Transporter,

not to exceed the amount required by Transporter pursuant to Section 3.1 of the

General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff, to guard against frivolous bids.

Deposits will be refunded to losing bidders at the time the capacity is awarded,

and credited against the Replacement Shipper’s invoices until fully utilized.