Gulf South Pipeline Company L P

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/31/2000, Docket: GT01- 6-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 2405 Original Sheet No. 2405 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Section 17

(Continued)

 

1.3.27 The key should be composed of: service requester contract

(Service Agreement), transaction type, upstream party, upstream

contract (when applicable), receipt location (as applicable),

downstream party (as applicable), downstream contract (when

applicable), delivery location (as applicable), package ID,

upstream package ID (where mutually agreed), downstream package

ID (where mutually agreed), capacity type indicator (where

mutually agreed). Upon receipt by a service provider from a

service requester of a transaction whose key elements match those

previously received by the service provider from the service

requester, the service provider should then process the begin

date/time and end date/time consistent with the intentions of the

standard 1.3.7 and then process the rest of the transaction's

data elements consistent with the applicable standards to

determine the business results. When data is not supplied (e.g.

is not applicable, is not supported or is not mutually agreed

upon) the pertinent portion of the key would be determined to be

null.

 

1.3.28 For current in-kind fuel reimbursement procedures, fuel rates

should be made effective only at the beginning of the month.

 

1.3.29 For in-kind fuel reimbursement methods, Service Providers should

not reject a nomination for reasons of rounding differences due

to fuel calculation of less than 5 Dth.

 

1.3.30 For in-kind fuel reimbursement methods, Service Providers should

provide, if applicable, a fuel matrix for receipt and delivery

point combinations. The Service Requesters should not be

responsible for calculating and totaling fuel based on each zone

or facility traversed.

 

1.3.31 The transportation priority for fuel should be the same as the

level of service as the transaction to which it applies.