T.W. Phillips Pipeline Corp.

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Effective Date: 01/01/2010, Docket: RP10-141-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 37 Original Sheet No. 37





6.2.13. Requested Receipt Point(s) and Delivery Point(s), together with the name

of the entity delivering Gas to Transporter and the name of the entity to

receive Gas from Transporter.


6.2.14. If applicable, a copy of an executed agreement between Shipper and a third

party authorizing Shipper to act on behalf of the third party to secure

the service requested. If Shipper requests service on behalf of a third

party, Shipper shall provide the name, address, telephone number and pri-

mary business of the third party.


a) No Requests for service will be processed until Shipper has pro-

vided to Transporter a completed Service Request Form, including

information regarding any specific affiliation with Transporter.

All completed Service Request Forms must be sent by U. S. Postal

Service, by express mail, by courier, or by facsimile, to:


T. W. Phillips Pipeline Corp.

502 Keystone Drive, Suite 400

Warrendale, PA 15086

Attn: Robert M. Hovanec, Executive Vice President

Phone: (800) 522-8416

Facsimile: (724) 287-5021


6.3. If Transporter determines that it has available capacity which will support addi-

tional firm services, then Transporter will post availability of such capacity

and make such capacity available for firm service(s). Transporter may conduct

an Open Season for such capacity. An Open Season shall be the period of time

during which Transporter will receive bids for the available capacity and such

period of time shall be posted. The posting of an Open Season shall not pre-

clude Transporter from negotiating with any potential shippers regarding the

available capacity.


6.4. If requests for firm service exceed available capacity, then capacity will be

allocated based (1) on highest bid, or (2) pro rata among equal bids. The highest

bid will be determined based on the highest economic value of the bids, using a

net present value (“NPV”) determination. The NPV determination will be based on

the volume, rate, and term specified in the bids. Transporter may also consider

any operational conditions or limitations affecting the bids or the availability

of the capacity.