Gulfstream Natural Gas System, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 05/01/2003, Docket: RP03-173-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 130 First Revised Sheet No. 130 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 130







6.3 Curtailment of Scheduled Volumes during a Day. If, at any

time, Transporter determines that the capacity of its

system, or portion(s) thereof, is insufficient to serve all

scheduled service, or to accept the quantities of Gas

tendered, capacity which requires curtailment shall be

curtailed so as to provide the service which is feasible in

the order prescribed for Scheduling in Section 6.1 above;

provided, however, if the capacity constraint occurs on the

upstream or downstream system which results in curtailment,

the upstream or downstream operator shall determine the

change in scheduled nominations of its Shippers. Such

change in scheduled nominations shall be confirmed via

1LineSM or EDM. To enable prompt action in an emergency

situation where capacity is insufficient, Transporter shall

have the authority to take all necessary and appropriate

actions, as then may appear necessary, to preserve the

operational integrity of its system. Transporter shall

notify Shippers of the existence of any such emergency

situation by use of Electronic Communication, as soon as it

is reasonably practicable.


6.4 Segmentation of Capacity by Nomination. Any Shipper

receiving Transportation Service under Rate Schedule FTS

shall have the right to segment its firm capacity by

utilizing multiple Receipt Points and Delivery Points. The

right to segment is subject to the requirement that a

Shipper's firm capacity utilization pursuant to its Rate

Schedule FTS Agreement and, if such Agreement is the result

of capacity release, the firm capacity utilization of all

other Shippers of capacity rights derived from the initial

Rate Schedule FTS Agreement, does not exceed, in the

aggregate (based on all relevant Shipper firm capacity

utilization), the contract entitlements of the initial Rate

Schedule FTS Agreement in any segment or at any point

(including, without limitation, the relevant MDQ and/or

MHQ) where the nominated segments overlap. For the purpose

of determining whether there is an overlap of MDQ and/or

MHQ, a forward haul and a Backhaul nominated to the same