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. 139 Original Sheet No. 139

 

all damages, claims, suits, actions, or proceedings whatsoever threatened or initiated as a

result of a Customer reverting back to Primary Point(s) of Receipt during a Month.

 

(d) In the event capacity is constricted, Point(s) of Receipt utilized by a Customer for

transportation service pursuant to Rate Schedules ITS or ITS-OSF is subject to

interruption by a Customer, including any Replacement Customer, receiving

transportation service pursuant to Rate Schedules FTS, FTS-OSF or NNS who is

seeking to utilize such point(s) as Primary or Secondary Point(s) of Receipt.

 

8.2 Delivery Points

 

(a) When Customer, including any Replacement Customer, receiving firm service

pursuant to the Rate Schedules which are part of this FERC Gas Tariff request such firm

service, such Customer is required to designate, among other information, the Point(s) of

Delivery out of Pipeline's system which the Customer ordinarily anticipates utilizing

(defined as Primary Point(s) of Delivery) and the MDQ of Gas to be tendered each Day

by Pipeline at each Primary Point of Delivery. The selection of Primary Point(s) of

Delivery under this Section 8 shall not result in the aggregate of all Point(s) of Delivery

exceeding Customer's total Service Agreement MDQ. Customer, including any

Replacement Customer, shall be permitted to add or delete Primary Point(s) of Delivery

upon written request, provided capacity is available at such point(s).

 

(b) A Customer (including a Replacement Customer) under Pipeline's firm Rate

Schedules may nominate segments between a Primary Receipt and Delivery Point, or

between any two points on Pipeline's system, provided that any resulting overlap does

not exceed Customer's capacity entitlement on any segment (or portion) of Pipeline's

system. Provided, however, that a segment transaction consisting of a forward haul, up

to Customer's capacity entitlement, and a backhaul, up to Customer's capacity

entitlement, to the same point is permissible. The portion of that segmented transaction

that flows in the opposite direction of the Customer's primary path will be considered out

of the path for scheduling purposes.

 

(c) In addition to the Primary Point(s) of Delivery available to Customer pursuant to

Paragraph 8.2(a), Customer, including any Replacement Customer, receiving service

pursuant to Rate Schedule FTS shall be permitted to designate Point(s) of Delivery

secondary to those selected pursuant to Paragraph 8.2(a) (defined as Secondary Point(s)

of Delivery). In designating such Secondary Point(s) of Delivery, Customer shall also

designate the maximum MDQ of Gas which Customer may tender at such point(s).

When such