Mobile Bay Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/1998, Docket: RP98-329-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 186 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 186 : Effective

Superseding: Superseding Third Revised Sheet No. 186

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

1.3.34 Notice procedures of operational flow order conditions should be

clearly defined in tariffs.

1.4.1 GISB Nomination

1.4.2 GISB Nomination Quick Response

1.4.3 GISB Request for Confirmation

1.4.4 GISB Confirmation Response

1.4.5 GISB Scheduled Quantity

1.4.6 Scheduled Quantity for Operator

2.2.1 An OBA is a contract between two parties which specifies the

procedures to manage operating variances at an interconnect.

2.3.1 PDA data elements should be standardized.

2.3.22 The responsibility for calculation and reporting of allocated

quantities should rest with the party responsible for accepting GISB

allocation types. The party receiving nominations should provide

allocation statements.

2.3.23 As a minimum, allocations should be provided by both contract and

location.

2.3.25 The data elements should accommodate multi-tier allocations. If a

transportation service provider chooses to support multi-tier

allocations or already accepts multi-tier allocations, the data

elements should accommodate it.

2.3.31 No imbalance penalty should be imposed when a prior period adjustment

applied to the current period causes or increases a current month

penalty.

2.4.1 GISB Pre-determined Allocation

2.4.2 GISB Pre-determined Allocation - Quick Response

2.4.3 GISB Allocation Statement

2.4.4 GISB Shipper Imbalance

2.4.5 GISB Measurement Information Statement

2.4.6 Measured Volume Audit Statement

3.3.6 Transaction at pooling points should not be consolidated for billing

purposes.

3.3.7 Clearly identify transfer imbalances as separate charge types.

3.3.8 On accuracy of invoice information, calculations need to be

mathematically accurate.

3.3.11 Information provided with (sales and transportation) invoices should

be consistent with information previously provided by the billing

party, as updated for changes for settlement.

3.3.12 All statements should be standardized to the same level of detail.

The specific minimum level of detail on invoice, remittance and

statement of account should be guided by the development of the data

elements.

3.4.1 GISB Transportation/Sales Invoice

3.4.2 GISB Payment Remittance

3.4.3 GISB Statement of Account