Mojave Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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

First Revised Sheet No. 257 First Revised Sheet No. 257

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 257

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

20. Electronic Bulletin Board (Continued)

 

20.3 Accuracy of Information: Transporter shall use reasonable efforts

to ensure the accuracy of information presented on the electronic

bulletin board; however, Transporter makes no representation or

warranty of any kind to any person concerning the use of

Transporter's electronic bulletin board, including, without

limitation, the accuracy of any posted information, and shall not

be liable to any person for any damages, including without

limitation any special, incidental, or consequential damages which

may arise in connection with Transporter's posting of information

on the electronic bulletin board, or as a result of any person's

use, abuse or misuse of Transporter's electronic bulletin board.

 

20.4 Shippers desiring to exchange information using Transporter's

designated Internet site must first enter into an agreement

conforming to the NAESB Model Trading Partner Agreement.

 

20.5 EBB users shall have access to all the information specifically

identified in FERC Order Nos. 497, 636, 637 and 717. EBB access,

including historical data, shall be available to state regulatory

commissions and state consumer advocates on the same basis as any

other party. Mojave shall maintain backup copies of the data

contained on its EBB for three years, which may be archived to off-

line storage. Parties may access the on-line data directly through

the EBB. In the event the data has been archived off-line, parties

may request the data from Passport Services through Passport's

electronic mail service, and such data shall be made available for

downloading on user's computer. EBB users shall be allowed to

download files so their contents can be reviewed in detail without

tying up access to the EBB. Information on the most recent

transactions shall be listed before older information. EBB users

shall be able to split large files into smaller parts for ease of

use. On-line help shall be available to assist the EBB users along

with a search function allowing users to locate all information

concerning a specific transaction, and menus that permit users to

separately access offers to release capacity, capacity available

directly from the pipeline, and standards of conduct information.

 

20.6 Transporter's currently effective Second Revised Volume No. 1

Tariff, as revised from time to time, is posted on Mojave's EBB.

Therefore, Mojave shall provide paper copies of the effective

tariff to customers and interested state commissions only when

specifically requested.