American Midstream (Midla), LLC

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2010, Docket: RP10-483-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 110 Original Sheet No. 110

 

4. CAPACITY RELEASE

 

4.1 (a) This section sets forth a capacity release program under which a Releasing

Customer can release all or part of its firm capacity back to Pipeline for assignment to a

Potential Customer or a Prearranged Customer that is seeking the capacity of the

Releasing Customer by entering into a Service Agreement with Pipeline. Pipeline will

permit segmentation of capacity right held by Customer(s) including Replacement

Customer(s), to the maximum extent it is operationally feasible. Provided, however, that

a Releasing Customer shall not be permitted to release capacity until the Potential

Customer or a Prearranged Customer enters into a Service Agreement with Pipeline for

such released capacity. Provided, further, that the above requirement for contracting

shall not inhibit the ability of the Replacement Customer to submit a nomination at the

next available opportunity after the Pipeline is notified of the release.

until

 

(b) A Releasing Customer may release capacity held pursuant to 18 C.F.R. Subparts B

or G of Part 284 of the Commissions' regulations. A Releasing Customer which receives

service under a firm Rate Schedule under this FERC Gas Tariff is permitted to release its

capacity in whole or in part, including any segments of its capacity, and on a permanent

or temporary basis. When a Releasing Customers assigns its service rights by segments

and/or assigns only a portion of its MDQ under that agreement, the Releasing Customer's

Service Agreement shall be deemed to be modified in accordance with the assignment

and the Releasing Customer will be able to utilize only the unassigned service rights

during the term of the release.