MidContinent Express Pipeline LLC

Original Volume No. 1

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

Original Sheet No. 242 Original Sheet No. 242





(a) Should Shipper tender for receipt any Gas that

causes the composite Gas stream in MEP's facilities to fail the

requirements of any downstream pipeline, MEP may take whatever action

necessary on MEP's own accord or use of a third party, as solely

determined by MEP, at Shipper's sole cost and expense, to treat

and/or process the Gas stream such that the Gas stream can be

delivered to the downstream pipeline. Until remedial action is taken

to make Gas acceptable to the downstream pipeline, MEP may refuse to

accept receipt of any Gas, in MEP's sole discretion, which prevents

MEP from making deliveries into the downstream pipeline. MEP shall

not have any obligation to provide service with respect to Gas which

does not satisfy the requirements of this Section 19. Any reduction

in the energy content of the Gas treated and/or processed shall be

determined and deducted from MEP's transportation volumes tendered

for delivery to the downstream pipeline.


(b) No waiver by MEP of any default by Shipper in any

of the specifications set forth above or in any other provision of

this Tariff shall operate as a continuing waiver of such

specification or as a waiver of any subsequent default whether of a

like or different character.




(a) MEP posts Gas quality information as set out in

Section 13.1(a) of these General Terms and Conditions.


(b) If MEP agrees to accept non-conforming Gas for a

more extended time than is contemplated under Section 19.4, MEP shall

make a posting on the informational postings section of its

Interactive Website which sets out: (1) that MEP is accepting non-

conforming Gas; (2) the nature and extent of the non-conformity; and

(3) the expected duration of the arrangement to accept non-conforming