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. 237 First Revised Sheet No. 237

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 237




9. Capacity Release Program (Continued)

(f) All bids shall be posted on Transporter's electronic bulletin

board, except that the identity of the bidder shall be kept



(g) Upon expiration of the time for bidding as described in

Section 9.1 of the General Terms and Conditions, Transporter

shall remove such offer of release from its electronic

bulletin board and determine the winning bid.


(h) In all cases, Replacement Shippers will be subject to all

requirements of this Tariff, including the creditworthiness

standards. For prearranged releases, the Replacement Shipper

shall indicate whether or not it is an asset manager or a

marketer participating in a state regulated retail access

program, as defined by FERC regulations at 18 C.F.R. 284.8.


(i) Transporter shall contract with the Replacement Shipper which

otherwise satisfies the requirements of this Tariff and whose

bid is highest under the non-discriminatory criteria

specified to Transporter by Releasing Shipper.


(j) Transporter will provide one Master Replacement Service

Agreement to each Replacement Shipper on Transporter's system

pursuant to the Contracting Procedures of Section 4 of the

General Terms and Conditions. The Master Replacement Service

Agreement will evidence the intent of the parties that the

Master Replacement Service Agreement, in combination with

information stored electronically on all future capacity

release transactions involving the Replacement Shipper, will

comprise the contractual agreement of the parties. Any

Shipper that utilizes Transporter's capacity release program

shall maintain on file with Transporter the name(s) of those

person(s) who have been designated on behalf of such Shipper

to perform those functions required by this Section 9 as well

as Shipper's signature code. The use of a signature code

will be deemed to be Shipper's consent to be bound by the

capacity release transaction. When capacity is awarded,

Shipper's signature code shall be automatically,

electronically affixed on the electronic record of the

capacity release transaction. Entry of this signature code

in all cases shall evidence that the Replacement Shipper has

accepted the transaction. No paper copy of the contract for

a capacity release transaction will be issued.


(k) Upon the award of capacity, the capacity release transaction

is electronically executed between Transporter and the

Replacement Shipper.