Cimarron River Pipeline, LLC

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/2008, Docket: CP08-17-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 322 Original Sheet No. 322

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

21.1 Requirements (continued):

 

(viii)The new interconnect or modified facility must not result

in any minimum pressure receipt or delivery requirement by Transporter,

unless Transporter agrees otherwise, which agreement shall not unreasonably

be withheld, and Transporter shall not be responsible for any upstream or

downstream parties' facilities, the operation or maintenance of such

facilities, or the receipt from or delivery of any unauthorized volumes.

 

(ix) The service supporting the interconnect as well as the

construction of the new facilities must conform to this Tariff, as well as

applicable regulatory requirements.

 

(x) The proposed interconnect or modified facility must not

cause Transporter to be in violation of any applicable environmental or

safety laws or regulations with respect to the facilities required to

establish an interconnect with Transporter's existing facilities.

 

(xi) The proposed interconnect or modified facility must not

cause Transporter to be in violation of its right-of-way agreements or any

other contractual obligations with respect to the interconnect facilities.

 

21.2 Response Time: Transporter will respond to each request for

interconnect facilities within 60 days after receiving a written request

containing reasonably sufficient and reliable information necessary for

Transporter to make a determination pursuant to this Section 21.

 

21.3 Tax Reimbursement: To the extent that any reimbursement to

Transporter is deemed taxable income to Transporter pursuant to Section 824

of the Tax Reform Act of 1986, P.L. 99-514, or any successor thereto, the

requesting party shall reimburse Transporter for the tax impact as well as

the actual costs incurred.

 

21.4 Future Expansion Projects:

 

(a) Transporter may elect to reserve for a future expansion project

any unsubscribed capacity or capacity under expiring or terminating TSAs

where the Agreements do not have a ROFR or Shipper does not exercise its

ROFR. Transporter may only reserve capacity for a future expansion project

for which an open season has been or will be held within one year of the

date that Transporter posts the capacity as being reserved. Prior to

reserving capacity for an expansion project, Transporter shall first post

for bid all of its available capacity on its Internet Website for at least

five Business Days before the capacity is reserved.