Mojave Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/03/2010, Docket: RP10-706-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 240A Third Revised Sheet No. 240A

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 240A

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

9. Capacity Release Program (Continued)

(f) Releasing Shipper shall remain fully obligated under the terms

of its Service Agreement with Transporter during and

irrespective of any capacity release, for all charges described

above. Releasing Shipper shall not be liable for other charges

incurred by any Replacement Shipper that has purchased capacity

released by the Releasing Shipper, including, but not limited

to, the usage fees to be paid by Replacement Shipper,

surcharges, overruns, imbalance penalties or other charges or

penalties.

 

(g) In the month following the termination of Replacement Shipper's

transportation Service Agreement, Transporter shall pay

Releasing Shipper an amount equal to any credit that otherwise

would be due under this Section 9.8.

 

9.9 Replacement Shipper's Rights and Obligations: Replacement Shipper

shall become a Shipper on Transporter's system, subject to the

terms and conditions of this Tariff and the Master Replacement

Service Agreement. Replacement Shipper shall be fully obligated to

Transporter for all obligations assumed in the Master Replacement

Service Agreement.

 

9.10 Scheduling and Recalls: The Replacement Shipper shall be

responsible for all scheduling of capacity released to a

Replacement Shipper except that, for any firm release of capacity

subject to the right by Releasing Shipper for recall, Releasing

Shipper may assume scheduling responsibility upon notice received

by Transporter. Upon receipt of such notice, Transporter shall

follow scheduling instructions only from Releasing Shipper until

Transporter's receipt of notice from Releasing Shipper that it no

longer is assuming scheduling responsibility. Transporter shall

treat such notice from Releasing Shipper as conclusive evidence

that the released capacity has been recalled.

 

(a) All Transportation Service Providers ("TSPs") should support

the following recall notification periods for all released

capacity subject to recall rights: (NAESB WGQ Standard 5.3.44)

 

(1) Timely Recall Notification:

(i) A Releasing Shipper recalling capacity should provide

notice of such recall to the TSP and the first

Replacement Shipper no later than 8:00 a.m. on the day

that Timely Nominations are due;

(ii) The TSP should provide notification of such recall to

all affected Replacement Shippers no later than 9:00

a.m. on the day that Timely Nominations are due

(Central Clock Time);