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Extension of open season for DAPL

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American Midstream Partners, LP announced today that the previously announced open season for crude oil deliveries to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) has been extended to 5 pm CT on 31 July, 2017 to incorporate certain modifications requested by shippers.

The open season, which commenced on 26 June 2017, is for committed crude oil pipeline capacity from existing receipt points on AMID’s Bakken pipeline system to a newly constructed delivery point interconnecting into DAPL in Watford City.

Bona fide potential shippers that would like to receive copies of the open season documents must first execute a confidentiality agreement, a copy of which they can request from Philip Weigand. Upon execution of a confidentiality agreement, AMID will provide such potential shippers a form of Transportation Services Agreement (or a TSA amendment for existing shippers), and a proposed FERC tariff. During the open season, AMID will entertain comments, questions or proposed changes to the general terms and conditions of the proposed tariff and TSA.

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