Feedstock Supply Agreement Template

THIS FEEDSTOCK SUPPLY ACCORD (“Agreement”) will be concluded and concluded as of September 3, 2010 (“Date of Effect”) between Waste Management of Nevada, Inc., a Nevada company (“supplier”), and Fulcrum Sierra BioFuels, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (“Fulcrum”). In this part, the supplier and the fulcrum are called together “party” and individually “part.” The raw material delivery contract required the debtor to provide the necessary work to unload, note and test the maize and accept or refuse the maize at the time of unloading. However, since all maize was delivered under the terms of thought of Section 7 of the raw materials supply contract before being transferred to the debtor`s containers in the storage facility, the Court does not have to analyze this provision.8As N.C. Gen. This feedstock information exchange agreement (`agreement`) will be concluded from August 4, 2014 (effective date) of and between Westlake Petrochemicals LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (“seller”) and Westlake Chemical OpCo LP, a Delaware limited partnership (“Buyer”). The seller and buyer are referred to as “party” and collectively “parties.” The commodity supply agreement requires the debtor to “execute and deliver . . . . This May 27, 2011 “Supply Agreement” is entered into by and between Catchlight Energy LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (“CLE”) and KiOR Columbus, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (“KiOR”). The agent argues that the definition of the supply agreement for raw materials is the last expression of the parties` intent. The delivery of the corn was “completed as soon as Perdue delivers the [corn] to the [debtor`s] place.” (Pl. es Br.

Ex. E at number 7). [***] Shows certain portions of this exposure that were filed separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission as a result of a request for confidentiality. Section 7 of the raw materials supply agreement states that “[corn] is delivered to the FOB ethanol facility. This commodity supply agreement (the “agreement”) dates from October 12, 2011 between and between Iowa Renewable Energy, LLC, a limited liability company in Iowa (“Buyer”), and GAVILON, a limited liability company in Delaware (“Gavilon”) (each of the buyers and Gavilon is a “party” and collectively called “parties”).

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