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. 133 Original Sheet No. 133


6.6 Any Customer that fails to comply with Pipeline's curtailment plan shall be liable for

all damages resulting from such failure to comply.


6.7 Customer's failure to comply with Pipeline's curtailment plan shall subject Customer

to a penalty as set forth in Paragraph 17.3 hereof. Customer's failure to comply with

Pipeline's curtailment plan shall authorize Pipeline to take unilateral action, including, but

not limited to, restricting deliveries of Gas to such Customer, as Pipeline in its reasonable

judgment deems necessary.




7.1 This Section 7 applies to Service Agreements executed pursuant to open-access

Rate Schedules governed by Commission regulations that pregrant abandonment

authorization under section 7(b) of the Natural Gas Act (NGA).


7.2 Customer receiving service under a firm Service Agreement having a primary term

of less than one year (short-term Service Agreement), or under an interruptible Service

Agreement, is not entitled to retain a right to service following the termination of such

Service Agreement. Upon termination of a short-term Service Agreement or an

interruptible Service Agreement, Pipeline shall be deemed to have all necessary

abandonment authorization under the NGA as of such termination date.


7.3 Long-Term Firm Transportation Agreements


(a) A firm Service Agreement for transportation service having a primary term of one

year or more (long-term firm Service Agreement) may be continued by Pipeline and

Customer by extending the term of the Service Agreement through inclusion of a rollover

or evergreen provision so that Customer and Pipeline, upon mutual agreement, may

renew or extend the Service Agreement at the maximum rate in effect from time to time

for such service or at such rate as may be agreed to by Pipeline and Customer.