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. 121 Original Sheet No. 121

 

(a) Any Service Agreement entered into between Pipeline and a Potential Customer

under this Section 4 shall be for a maximum period which shall equal the term for the

 

released capacity as set forth in the Customer's Notice.

 

(b) The Prearranged Customer or Potential Customer that executes a Service

Agreement with Pipeline shall be liable to Pipeline for all charges incurred by such

Prearranged or Potential Customer, including those reservation charges, surcharges and

any other charges which recover fixed costs that such Prearranged or Potential

Customer agrees to pay. Such Prearranged or Potential Customer shall also pay to

Pipeline all other rates, fees and charges, such as usage charges, surcharges, overruns,

imbalances, penalties, or other volumetric charges.

 

(c) A Potential or Prearranged Customer must satisfy all provisions of this FERC Gas

Tariff governing Customer eligibility, including, but not limited to, Pipeline's credit

requirements as set forth in Section 26 of Pipeline's General Terms and Conditions,

before it may contract with Pipeline for the released capacity. Once a Prearranged or

Potential Customer enters into a Service Agreement with Pipeline, such Customer will be

subject to Pipeline's operational provisions as stated in this FERC Gas Tariff.

 

4.12 Credit Requirements for Potential or Prearranged Customer(s)

 

(a) Prior to submitting a bid pursuant to this Section 4, Potential or Prearranged

Customer must satisfy Pipeline's credit requirements by submitting credit information as

set forth in Section 26 of the General Terms and Conditions. A Potential or Prearranged

Customer may satisfy Pipeline's credit requirements by pre-qualifying to submit bids for

released capacity or act as a Prearranged Customer. A satisfactory credit appraisal for

pre-qualification purposes shall be effective for a period no longer than six (6) Months,

unless Pipeline otherwise agrees, and such appraisal may specify a credit or quantity

limitation. In the event a Potential or Prearranged Customer has not pre-qualified to

submit a bid, such Potential or Prearranged Customer may nevertheless submit a bid for

the released capacity by including in its bid a payment equal to the reservation charge.