MidContinent Express Pipeline LLC

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

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(2) For reasons of Force Majeure;


(3) Pursuant to Sections 2.7 or 2.8 of these

General Terms and Conditions;


(4) To rectify imbalances, to conform physical

flows to nominations or to effectuate payback of imbalances, to the

extent consistent with the specific Rate Schedule;


(5) If there is a dispute over title, ownership

or right to tender or to receive Gas.


(b) Without limitation to the foregoing, unless

otherwise agreed by contract, MEP shall have the right to reduce

receipts or deliveries of Gas on any Day below Shipper's MDQ to

permit maintenance, repair, overhaul, replacement, or construction of

pipelines, compressors, metering, regulating, or other transmission

facilities and equipment, or to maintain System integrity; provided,

however, that with respect to routine repair and maintenance, MEP

will attempt to schedule such activity during a period when it will

not result in curtailment to firm services, or when such curtailment

will be minimized, after consulting with the Shippers which could be



(c) No later than fifteen days prior to the scheduled

activity (or, in the case of Leased Capacity, no later than one day

after MEP receives notification from Enogex), MEP will post on the

Informational Postings portion of its Interactive Website a tentative

schedule of planned maintenance, construction, test, rehabilitation

or repair activities to be performed which MEP anticipates may cause

it to fail to tender delivery of Shipper's scheduled quantities of

Gas. The schedule will include the dates the activities are

scheduled to begin and end as well as the portions of the System and

capacity expected to be affected. MEP will endeavor to perform the

activities in accordance with the posted schedule.