American Midstream (Midla), LLC

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2010, Docket: RP10-483-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 122 Original Sheet No. 122


that would be applicable for the period of the release. If such Potential or Prearranged

Customer shall be determined to have submitted the "best bid," the payment shall be

credited to the Potential or Prearranged Customer's account. If the Potential or

Prearranged Customer does not submit the "best offer," the reservation charge payment

shall be returned to the Potential or Prearranged Customer.


4.13 Capacity that is temporarily released by the original Releasing Customer pursuant

to this Section 4 may be re-released by subsequent Releasing Customers on the same

terms and basis as the primary release (except as prohibited by regulations).


4.14 The Service Agreement of the Releasing Customer shall remain in full force and

effect, with a portion of the proceeds attributable to any release and assignment credited

to the Releasing Customer's invoice as provided in Paragraph 4.13. The Releasing

Customer shall remain liable to Pipeline under the terms of its Service Agreement with

Pipeline as a result of such release and assignment of the rights and obligations under the

Service Agreement for all reservation charges, surcharges, and any other charges which

recover fixed costs to the extent that a Potential or Prearranged Customer does not pay

Pipeline for the full amount of such charges or for non-payment of such charges by a

Potential or Prearranged Customer.


4.15 Pipeline shall credit to the invoice of the Releasing Customer reservation charge

revenues, surcharges, and any other charges which recover fixed costs, if any, actually

received by Pipeline that are attributable to capacity rights released by the Releasing



4.16 Pipeline shall post on the Interactive Internet Website Pipeline's available

uncommitted firm and/or interruptible capacity, and the terms and conditions applicable

to contracting for such capacity. Potential Customers may then elect to contract for

Pipeline's uncommitted firm or interruptible capacity, or capacity released by Releasing