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Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2003, Docket: RP03- 47-001, Status: Effective

Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 902 Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 902 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 902

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Section 2

(Continued)

 

 

2.2 (a) If at any time the receipt gas tendered fails to conform to

any of the quality specifications set forth herein

("Quality Incident"), Gulf South may, at its option, shut-

in gas pending correction of the deficiency by Customer or

the point operator ("Shut-in"). Acceptance of gas that

does not conform to these standards will not prevent Gulf

South from refusing future receipts of non-conforming gas.

 

(b) An operator may request Gulf South to grant a quality

waiver for gas which fails to meet the quality

specifications as provided herein. Gulf South shall apply

all quality specifications and waivers on a non-

discriminatory basis. If an operator requests Gulf South

to grant a quality specification waiver and notifies Gulf

South that a temporary upset of its equipment has caused or

will cause the delivery of out of specification gas, and

Gulf South agrees that the delivery of out of specification

gas from such location does not create an operational issue

then, such event shall not count as a Quality Incident

under this Section 2.2.

 

(c) If at any time gas tendered for delivery under an agreement

fails to conform to any of the quality specifications set

forth herein, Customer or the point operator may, at its

option, refuse to accept delivery of such gas pending

correction of the deficiency by Gulf South. Acceptance of

gas that does not conform to these standards will not

prevent Customer or the point operator from refusing future

deliveries of non-conforming gas.

 

(d) If following actions by a Customer or point operator to

correct a Quality Incident as provided in (a) above, gas

tendered for receipt under an agreement fails to conform to

the same quality specification for a second time within a

one (1) year period from the date of the initial Quality

Incident, Gulf South may require Customer/point operator to

install, at Customer's/point operator's expense, equipment

necessary to provide on-line monitoring with automatic

shut-in capability prior to acceptance of future receipts

from the affected location. Gulf South's decision to

require the installation of the necessary equipment to

protect Gulf South's system integrity at a receipt point

will be exercised in a not unduly discriminatory manner.