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Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 02/25/2002, Docket: RP02-151-003, Status: Pending

Second Sub. Second Revised Sheet No. 306 Second Sub. Second Revised Sheet No. 306 : Pending

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 306






(f) Customer shall also pay to Gulf South (a) a "posting fee", if

applicable, pursuant to Section 29 of the General Terms and

Conditions and (b) any other fees, taxes or charges for such

services required or authorized to be charged by FERC, any

governmental body, any regulatory body or a court of competent

jurisdiction related to the service provided hereunder.




An NNS Customer has the right to request the inclusion of one or more

of the following provisions into its NNS service agreement:


(a) If a shipper utilizing Gulf South's transmission facilities

bypasses an existing NNS Customer's facilities to provide direct

service to an entity that is currently receiving service from

that existing NNS Customer, then that affected NNS Customer may

reduce the NNS service agreement Winter Season Daily Contract

Demand ("WSDCD") by an amount not to exceed the MDQ lost as a

direct result of the bypass. The NNS Customer shall provide

written notice to Gulf South of its desired MDQ reduction. Such

reduction shall become effective on the latter of 60 days

following receipt of such notice or the effective date of the



(b) If a NNS Customer is required by its regulatory or legislative

authority to unbundle its merchant function or provide open

access transportation on some or all of its facilities

("Regulatory Proceedings"), then the NNS Customer shall use its

best efforts during the Regulatory Proceedings:


(i) To require any parties that assume all or part of the

merchant function to take assignment of the relevant pro

rata portion of Customer's WSDCD under the terms of the NNS

Customer's service agreement, including any existing

discount or negotiated rate agreement.


(ii) To ensure that its NNS service agreement with Gulf South

does not receive a disproportionate reduction in MDQ versus

the MDQ of any of its other firm service agreements on Gulf

South, or on any other pipeline.