Mojave Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/03/2010, Docket: RP10-706-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 223 First Revised Sheet No. 223

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 223





4. Requests for Service (Continued)


(A) Demonstrating that, in the absence of Transporter's

entering into such non-conforming Negotiated Rate

agreement providing for such discount, Transporter

would not have been able to contract for such capacity

at any higher rate, and that recourse rates would

otherwise be as high or higher than recourse rates

which result after applying the discount adjustment; or


(B) Making another comparable showing that the non-

conforming Negotiated Rate discount contributes more

fixed costs to the system than could have been achieved

without the discount.


(ii) Transporter may also seek to include in a discount-type

adjustment non-conforming Negotiated Rate Service Agreements

that were converted from pre-existing discounted Part 284

Service Agreements to non-conforming Negotiated Rate Service



4.20 Governmental Regulations. These General Terms and Conditions, the Rate

Schedules to which they apply and any executed Service Agreements are

subject to all valid laws, orders, rules and regulations of duly

constituted authorities having jurisdiction.


4.21 Assignments


(a) Assignable Parties. A Shipper may assign its Service Agreement to:


(i) any person, firm, or corporation acquiring all, or

substantially all, of the natural gas business of said Party;


(ii) a trustee or trustees, individual or corporate, as security for

bonds or other obligations or securities; but it may not be

otherwise assigned without the consent of the other Party

hereto. Whenever any corporation is referred to herein, such

reference shall be deemed to include the successors and

assignees of such corporation.


(b) If a Shipper wishes to assign a portion or all of its firm capacity

under a Service Agreement to a party not described above, it must

do so using the capacity release provisions of this Tariff.