Mojave Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/22/2010, Docket: RP10-330-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 274 Original Sheet No. 274

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

35. CONTRACT EXTENSION AND RENEWAL (Continued)

 

35.3 Expiring capacity with a right-of-first-refusal will be made

available on a not unduly discriminatory basis and will be

assigned on the basis of an open season for a period of not

less than 20 business days' duration. Capacity that is sold

on an interim basis in accordance with Section 37, Capacity

Reserved for Future Expansion/Extension Projects, shall not

be eligible for a right-of-first-refusal unless Mojave and

Shipper agree to a conditional contractual right-of-first-

refusal that would take effect upon a determination that the

proposed project will not go forward. Capacity that is sold

on an interim basis pursuant to Section 9.3, Prospective Sale

of Available Capacity, shall not be eligible for a right-of-

first-refusal. Capacity offered pursuant to Section 38.1

will be limited to the extension rights of the off-system

capacity.

 

(a) Shipper(s) desiring to acquire such available

capacity shall notify Mojave, via its electronic

bulletin board, during the open season. Such

bidding shall be conducted in conformance with the

requirements of Section 34.2 of the General Terms

and Conditions of this Tariff.

 

(b) Shipper's bid must include:

 

(i) Shipper's legal name, DUNS number and, if

applicable, the contract number under

which it desires to acquire capacity;

 

(ii) the quantity of capacity to be acquired

at each receipt and delivery point;

 

(iii) the term of the acquisition; and

 

(iv) the maximum rate Shipper is willing to

pay for the capacity.

 

(c) The potential Shipper must satisfy the other

provisions of this Tariff applicable to requests

for firm transportation.