MidContinent Express Pipeline LLC

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

Original Sheet No. 205 Original Sheet No. 205





through 14.10(b)(3) (collectively referred to as "Acceptable

Alternative Bid Evaluation Procedure") and the remaining procedures

set forth in Sections 14.10(c) and 14.10(d). If the Releasing Shipper

elects a bid evaluation procedure that differs from MEP's bid

evaluation procedure or the Acceptable Alternative Bid Evaluation

Procedure and the remaining procedures set forth in Sections 14.10(c)

and 14.10(d), MEP shall not be held to the subsequent deadlines set

forth in this Section 14, but MEP shall make a reasonable attempt to

adhere to such deadlines. MEP shall publish standards relating to

such computer diskettes, but it is the responsibility of the

Releasing Shipper to develop and provide the working computer

diskette. The Releasing Shipper shall warrant that the computer

diskette conforms to the bid evaluation procedure in the Capacity

Release Request.


(b) The term of any release of capacity sought under

this Section 14 shall be at least one full Day and shall not exceed

the remaining term of the Eligible Firm Transportation Agreement.


(c) The quantity sought to be released under a

Capacity Release Request shall not be less than the minimum quantity

required for the Eligible Firm Transportation Agreement under MEP's



(d) (1) No capacity release under this Section 14

shall result in an increase in the total capacity set forth in the

Eligible Firm Transportation Agreement with the Original Shipper for

any segment of a path covered by such Eligible Firm Transportation

Agreement. Segmented releases are subject to Section 6.13 of these

General Terms and Conditions. Without limitation of the prior

sentence, Leased Capacity may not be segmented. If the capacity

release is for a segment permitted under said Section 6.13, then a

break point must be designated. The break point must be a physical

location on the primary path of the Original Shipper's Agreement.