White River Hub, LLC
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/01/2008, Docket: RP08-645-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 84 Original Sheet No. 84
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
(f) Released capacity will not be awarded to a bidder
submitting a contingent bid until the bidding shipper has notified White
River through the Customer Activities Web site that all contingencies have
been met. If all contingencies have not been met by the deadline established
by the releasing shipper, the released capacity shall revert back to the
releasing shipper unless White River has been directed by the releasing
shipper to award the capacity to the next highest bidder.
(g) For a pre-arranged release, if no better offer is received
during a bid period or the pre-arranged offer is for the applicable maximum
reservation charge and the arrangement is for the full term of the release,
then the pre-arranged Bidding Shipper shall become the Replacement Shipper.
If the pre-arranged release is for less than the applicable maximum
reservation charge and a better offer is received during the bid period, the
pre-arranged Bidding Shipper shall have one hour from the time notification
is received from White River to match the better offer. If the pre-arranged
Bidding Shipper fails to match the better offer, then the Bidding Shipper who
presented the better offer shall become the Replacement Shipper.
(h) To document the award of the release of capacity to the
successful Bidding Shipper, White River will place a service agreement between
White River and the Replacement Shipper on the Customer Activities Web site
conforming to the terms of the Shipper's bid.
(i) A Releasing Shipper shall retain all of the capacity under
its transportation service agreement that is not acquired by a Replacement
(j) When capacity is released and awarded on an intra-day cycle,
it is the responsibility of the releasing shipper and the replacement shipper
to ensure that nominations for a given day do not exceed the RDC set forth in
the releasing shipper's transportation service agreement. Scheduled
quantities in excess of the RDC specified in the applicable transportation
service agreement will be treated as authorized overrun. Any quantities in
excess of the scheduled quantity will be treated as unauthorized overrun.