MidContinent Express Pipeline LLC

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Effective Date: 04/10/2009, Docket: RP09-136-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 70 Original Sheet No. 70





(2) Where an end-use facility is not directly

connected to MEP's system, a separate IBS Monitoring Agreement must

be agreed upon and executed among MEP, the Shipper, the operator of

the end-use facility and the point operator and/or operator of

interconnecting facilities. The IBS Monitoring Agreement must

provide that (i) a designated entity (which may be the point operator

at the Delivery Point under the IBS Agreement or other similar

entity) will monitor the use of the service to assure that service is

being provided hereunder to the end-use facility or facilities

consistent with Rate Schedule IBS; and (ii) during periods when

deliveries to the end-use facility are from more than one source, gas

from MEP is deemed the first gas delivered to and used by the end-use

facility unless another allocation is set out in the IBS Monitoring

Agreement or is otherwise agreed upon by the parties. MEP will

provide to the point operator or other monitoring entity relevant

flow and nomination information related to the IBS Agreement.

Service hereunder for any end-use facility not directly connected to

MEP shall be contingent upon satisfaction on a continuing basis of

these requirements.


(3) MEP may require that electronic measurement

equipment be in place and the information accessible to MEP such that

real time data on deliveries to the end-use facility or facilities or

a reasonable substitute are available to MEP.




The request shall specify:


(1) The date service is requested to commence;



(2) The date service is requested to terminate.




Acceptance of a request is contingent upon a satisfactory

credit appraisal by MEP in accordance with the General Terms and Conditions

of this Tariff.