The company and the customer are parties to a Contract of February 1, 2010 (contract) with contract reference number C100101, according to which the company is obligated to provide the customer with terminal services for various petroleum products at the Company`s terminal in Cape Canaveral, Florida, United States. Except in this amended, amended and amended case, 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. If a Vitol entity terminates a vitol terminal service contract in connection with a violation of the agreement by the group member, the provisions of Section 5.1 are not applicable for this Vitol Terminaling Services agreement. . This complement (“complement”) of the terminal service agreement between Phillips 66 Carrier LLC (“Carrier”) and Phillips 66 Company (“Enterprise”) is dated December 19, 2013. In accordance with paragraph 23 (b) of the terminalling contract, the customer wishes to transfer the terminalling contract to the supplier, with the operator`s agreement, as stated here. Delivery is made in accordance with the terms and conditions of use of Loop Port Complex and/or Hub Clovelly – Connecting Carrier Receipts Terms of Service, under published and revised conditions from time to time and available on www.loopllc.com or on demand for the liaison service. 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 at 539 South Main Street, Findlay, Ohio 45840 (“MPC”), and MPLX Terminals LLC, a limited liability company with an address of 200 East Hardin Street, Findlay, Ohio5840 (“Terminal Owner”). Each MPC and terminal owner is individually designated as a “party” or collectively “party.” This terminal service agreement (“agreement”) is dated November 1, 2020 and between the terminal contract defined in Plan I is the party party that is the “customer” with respect to the terminal corresponding to Schedule I (this part, as far as it applies to the terminal concerned, a “customer”) and the non-partisan party, which is identified as “terminal owner” with respect to the terminal concerned in accordance with Schedule I (this part, as for the respective terminal) and the part that is referred to as the “terminal owner” with respect to the respective terminal in accordance with Schedule I and the part that is the “terminal owner” with respect to that terminal concerned in accordance with Schedule I , as with the respective terminal, is called the “terminal owner”), and the party who is designated as “terminal owner” with respect to that respective terminal in accordance with Schedule I (this part, as with the terminal in question), is designated as the “terminal owner”).