MidContinent Express Pipeline LLC

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

Original Sheet No. 145 Original Sheet No. 145







A Shipper may delegate to any third party responsibility

for submitting and receiving notices or nominations or performing

other administrative duties under any Agreement, and an entity which

controls a point of interconnection with MEP may delegate to any

third party responsibility for administering agreements regarding

allocation of Gas volumes at the point and/or for administering any

point operator agreement, subject to the following conditions:


(a) Any designation of such a representative, and any

change in such designation, must be in writing and must be submitted

at least two (2) Business Days prior to the requested effective date.


(b) The written designation shall specify any limits

on the authority of the representative, including any time limit on

the designation; provided, however, that MEP may reject any such

limited designation if the limitations specified in the designation

would result in an undue administrative burden.


(c) MEP may rely on communications from the designated

representative of a Shipper or interconnecting entity for all

purposes except to the extent the designation is explicitly limited

as specified in the preceding Section 6.8(b). Communications by MEP

to such designated representative shall be deemed notice to Shipper

or the interconnecting entity except to the extent the

representative's authority is explicitly limited with respect to the

receipt of notice under the procedure set out in said Section 6.8(b).


(d) Any third party may administer multiple

transportation Agreements as the designated representative for one or

more Shippers and/or interconnecting entities. However, such

representative shall separately administer and account for each such