MidContinent Express Pipeline LLC

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

Original Sheet No. 83 Original Sheet No. 83





(2) MEP will allow such aggregation with a common

agent for the end-use facilities, provided that the other

requirements of aggregation are satisfied. Such an agency

relationship would be subject to satisfaction of the conditions set

out in Section 6.8 of the General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff

and the following more specific conditions: the agent must meet the

same creditworthiness standards as a Shipper, MEP can rely upon

representations by the agent until MEP receives written notice that

the agency relationship has been terminated and aggregation will

cease to be effective as of the date on which there is no longer a

common agent.


(3) If the above criteria are met, MEP will permit the

aggregation under a single IBS Agreement of up to five (5) end-use

facilities at the same or different Points. The aggregated end-use

facilities shall be accounted for in the aggregate, by use of a paper

point. A Shipper may not aggregate in a single IBS Agreement both

directly connected end-use facilities and end-use facilities which

are not directly connected to MEP.