MidContinent Express Pipeline LLC

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/10/2009, Docket: RP09-136-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 178 Original Sheet No. 178

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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(xiii) Statement of legal composition; and

 

(xiv) Statement of the length of time the

business has been in operation.

 

(5) Upon receipt of any request from MEP for

information to be used for creditworthiness evaluation, the Shipper's

authorized representative(s) shall acknowledge receipt of MEP's

request; provided, however, that MEP and the Shipper may mutually

agree to waive this requirement. The Shipper's authorized

representative(s) shall respond to MEP's request for credit

information as allowed by this Tariff, on or before the due date

specified in the request. The Shipper shall provide all the credit

information requested by MEP or provide the reason(s) why any of the

requested information was not provided. Upon receipt from the Shipper

of all credit information provided pursuant to this Section 12, MEP

shall notify the Shipper's authorized representative(s) that it has

received such information; provided, however, that MEP and the

Shipper may mutually agree to waive this requirement. The Shipper

shall designate up to two representatives who are authorized to

receive notices regarding the Shipper's creditworthiness, including

requests for additional information, pursuant to this Section 12.1

and to provide to MEP the Internet e-mail address of such

representatives prior to the initiation of service. Written requests

and responses shall be provided via Internet E-mail, unless otherwise

agreed to by the parties. In complying with the creditworthiness

related notifications pursuant to this Section 12.1, the Shipper and

MEP may mutually agree to other forms of communication in lieu of

Internet E-mail notification. The obligation of MEP to provide

creditworthiness notifications is waived until the above requirement

has been met. The Shipper is to manage internal distribution of any

creditworthiness notices that are received. MEP shall designate, on

its Interactive Website or in written notices to the Shipper, the

Internet e-mail address of up to two representatives who are

authorized to receive notices regarding the Shipper's

creditworthiness. The Shipper's obligation to provide confirmation of

receipt is met by sending such confirmation to such representatives

and MEP is to manage internal distribution of any such confirmations.

The provisions of this paragraph relating to representatives and

notification also apply to any notice related to creditworthiness

under Section 2.8, 12.2, or 14.1 of these General Terms and

Conditions.