What Is A Terminal Service Agreement

December 20, 2020 – 7:29 pm

(a) the maritime terminal services agreement relates to a written or oral agreement, contract, contract, agreement, agreement or association (including modifications or annexes) between a marine terminal operator and a common shipping carrier that applies to marine terminal services provided and paid for by a common shipping carrier. These services include: control, docking, rest, handling, handling, loading and unloading, terminal storage, use, insanity of docks and docks, including all naval terminals that can be provided for these services. The concept of a maritime service agreement does not imply an agreement giving the organization of all the rights to operate a naval terminal through a lease, licence, subsidy, land lease or similar contract for the use of naval terminal facilities or similar property. (1) They do not include tariffs, royalties, rules and rules set out in a conference agreement on naval terminals. Conference agreement between or between two or more operators of common marine terminals and/or shipowners to carry out or facilitate the operation of the naval terminal, providing for the setting and compliance of uniform tariffs for marine terminals, taxes, practices and conditions for the reception, handling and/or delivery of passengers or cargo for all members; and (2) The Act does not provide for the granting of antitrust immunity with respect to terminal services provided to a common shipping company under an agreement on maritime terminal services that is not under the Commission`s jurisdiction. Unless the agreement is amended, amended and amended, all the conditions, provisions, agreements and conditions set out in the agreement remain fully applicable. The provisions and provisions of these provisions are binding and binding on the contracting parties, their heirs, their representatives, successors and beneficiaries of the transfer to the benefit of the contracting parties. This change can be made by fax or email/PDF by the parties, which is a first agreement. . This first amendment to the terminal service agreement (this “change”) dates from September 28, 2018, but dates from August 6, 2018 (the “amendment vote”), from and between Tesoro Great Gathering – Marketing LLC (“TGP”) and Tesoro Refining – Marketing Company LLC (“customer”). .

This sixth amendment to the third amendment to the amendment agreement dates from September 1, 2020 between Marathon Petroleum Company LP, a Delaware limited partnership located at 539 South Main Street, Findlay, Ohio 45840 (“MPC”), and MPLX Terminals LLC, a limited liability company at 200 East Hardin Street, Findlay, Ohio5840 (“MPC”). The handling of volumes classified as a service controlled in accordance with the terminal service agreement between CMA CGM and BNCT must be called to BNCT. Unless the agreement is amended, amended and amended, all the conditions, provisions, agreements and conditions set out in the agreement remain fully applicable. The provisions and provisions of these provisions are binding and binding on the contracting parties, their heirs, their representatives, successors and beneficiaries of the transfer, for the benefit of the contracting parties. This change can be made by fax or email/PDF by the contracting parties, which is an initial agreement. Each MPC and terminal owner is individually designated as a “party” or collectively “party.” The parties have entered into a capacity allocation contract for services, which defines the specific terms and conditions of the transaction.

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