Destin Pipeline Company, L.L.C.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/2003, Docket: RP03-371-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 100 Third Revised Sheet No. 100 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 100




Section 18.3(b) (continued)


(2) Temporary Release Subject to Recall: Subject

to the provisions of Section 18.3(b)(3)

herein, a RELEASING SHIPPER may temporarily

release firm capacity subject to a right of

recall by the RELEASING SHIPPER upon the

occurrence of the condition precedent

specified in the RELEASING SHIPPER's Offer

under Section 18.6(c) below. The minimum

term for any Temporary Release Subject to

Recall shall be one contract day. Any

Temporary Release Subject to Recall offered

for more than one contract day must be

offered for a consecutive number of days, but

such release can commence on any day during

the month.


(3) Recall Rights: A RELEASING SHIPPER has the

right to define the condition(s) precedent

which will result in a recall of the released

firm capacity; provided, however, that such

condition(s) shall not be inconsistent with

the terms and conditions of the RELEASING

SHIPPER's Service Agreement with the COMPANY

nor with the provisions of the COMPANY's FERC

Gas Tariff. Furthermore, the recall

conditions specified by the RELEASING SHIPPER

must be nondiscriminatory and identifiable



The recall notification provided to COMPANY

should be expressed in terms of the total

released capacity entitlement that is the

subject of the recall. In the event of an

intra-day capacity recall, COMPANY shall

determine the allocation of capacity between


SHIPPER(s) based upon the Elapsed Pro Rata

Capacity (EPC). Elapsed Pro Rata Capacity

means that portion of the capacity that would

have theoretically been available for use

prior to the effective time of the intra-day

recall based upon a cumulative uniform hourly

use of the capacity.