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. 182 Original Sheet No. 182

 

exist as an ongoing business entity.

 

(e) Customers with an ongoing business relationship with Pipeline shall have no

delinquent balances outstanding for services provided previously by Pipeline, and

Customer must have paid its account according to the established terms and not made

deductions or withheld payment for claims not authorized by contract.

 

(f) Customer shall confirm in writing that no significant collection lawsuits or judgments

are outstanding which would materially affect Customer's ability to remain solvent as a

business entity.

(g) Customer should designate up to two representatives who are authorized to

receive notices regarding the Customer?s creditworthiness, including requests for

additional information, pursuant to the applicable NAESB WGQ standards and should

provide to Midla the Internet e-mail addresses of such representatives prior to the

initiation of service. Written requests and responses should be provided via Internet E-

mail, unless otherwise agreed to by the parties. The obligation of Midla to provide

creditworthiness notifications is waived until the above requirement has been met. The

Customer should manage internal distribution of any creditworthiness notices that are

received.

 

Midla should designate, on its Internet website or in written notices to the Customer, the

Internet e-mail addresses of up to two representatives who are authorized to receive

notices regarding the Customers? creditworthiness. The Customer obligation to provide

confirmation of receipt is met by sending such confirmation to such representatives, and

Midla should manage internal distribution of any such confirmations.

 

26.2 Upon notification by Pipeline that Customer has failed to satisfy the credit criteria or

subsequently during the term of the Service Agreement no longer satisfies the credit

criteria, such Customer may still obtain credit approval by Pipeline if it elects to provide

one of the following:

 

(a) an advance deposit;

 

(b) a standby irrevocable letter of credit;