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Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/24/2005, Docket: RP05-353-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 104 First Revised Sheet No. 104 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 104







treatment, and the term of such eligibility. To the extent that

more requests for Zero Fuel Point Pair Transaction capacity are

received than Gulf South has eligible capacity, such capacity

will be awarded using the scheduling priorities identified in

Section 11.4. If Gulf South later determines that incremental

fuel is required to facilitate a transaction that had previously

been identified as not requiring incremental fuel, Gulf South

will post information to its Web Site and will require fuel

reimbursement on a going forward basis provided; however, Gulf

South will continue to honor any Zero Fuel Point Pair

Transactions for the term of the commitment as specified in any

FT contract. For non-primary FTS transactions, Gulf South will

continue the zero fuel transaction until the earlier of the final

date previously nominated or the end of the current production



(c) Gulf South shall have the unilateral right to file with the

appropriate regulatory authority and make changes effective in

(i) the filed rates and charges applicable under this FTS Rate

Schedule, including both the level and design of such rates and

charges; and/or (ii) this FTS Rate Schedule and the General Terms

and Conditions. Customer shall have the right to protest or

contest the aforementioned filings.


(d) Customer receiving service under Gulf South's G Rate Schedule as

of May 18, 1992 may elect the Small Customer Rate Option under

this FTS Rate Schedule as set forth on Sheet No. 21 of this



(e) Customer may elect the Summer Season Option under this FTS Rate

Schedule. Rates for the Summer Season Option are set forth on

Sheet No. 23 of this tariff.


(f) If Gulf South transports any liquid hydrocarbons on behalf of

Customer, Gulf South shall charge Customer and Customer shall pay

Gulf South a fee not in excess of $1.025 per barrel of liquid

hydrocarbons, for Gulf South's transportation and handling of

Customer's liquid hydrocarbons. To the extent that Customer does

not have title to any liquid hydrocarbons; Gulf South shall enter

into a separate transportation agreement with the party that has

title to the liquid hydrocarbons.