Markwest New Mexico, L. L. C.

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2008, Docket: RP08-409-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 150 Original Sheet No. 150 21.3 Prepayment If requesting any firm service, Shipper shall make a prepayment by wire transfer in an amount equal to the lesser of the reservation charge for two months service or $10,000. The prepayment, plus the accrued interest from the date payment is received until the date service commences, shall be applied to the first month's invoice, and to the invoices of subsequent month(s), as necessary, until the amount is fully credited. The accrued interest herein shall be computed in a manner consistent with Section 154.501(d) of the Commission's Regulations. 21.4 Creditworthiness (a) Prior to execution of a Transportation Agreement, providing for service under any Rate Schedule, a Shipper shall be required to establish creditworthiness with Transporter. Transporter shall not be required to: (i) execute a Transportation Agreement providing for service under the applicable Rate Schedule on behalf of any Shipper who fails to meet Transporter's standards for creditworthiness; or (ii) initiate service to a Shipper who fails to meet Transporter's standards for creditworthiness; or (iii) continue transportation service on behalf of any Shipper who is or has become insolvent or who, at Transporter's request, fails within a reasonable period to demonstrate creditworthiness. (b) For purposes herein, the determination of Shipper's creditworthiness shall be based upon the level of service requested by Shipper, Shipper's estimated financial strength as defined by Dun & Bradstreet and a composite credit appraisal of at least "3", also as defined by Dun & Bradstreet. If Shipper is not rated by Dun & Bradstreet, determination of a Shipper's creditworthiness shall be based upon a credit rating, as evaluated by Transporter, based upon the level of service requested by Shipper and financial analysis criteria and which are generally acceptable in the natural gas industry. If Transporter determines that