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Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/2005, Docket: RP05-647-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 402 Second Revised Sheet No. 402 : Effective

Superseding: Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 402






(d) the right of Customer to transfer working gas in storage at the

Bistineau storage facility under this FSS-B Rate Schedule up to

the amount then in inventory, with no injection or withdrawal

charge, to another Customer's inventory that has an effective

FSS-B, ISS, or NNS agreement not to exceed the other Customer's

MSQ in the Bistineau storage facility. Both contracts affected

by the working gas in storage transfer must be effective during

the production month that the transfer is completed.




The following schedules are based upon a MSQ of 1,000,000 Dekatherms.




Daily Withdrawal When Customer's Quantity of Working

Quantity Dekatherm Gas Contained in Storage is


14,300 Equal to or greater than 42.8% of



12,300 Less than 42.8%, but greater than

or equal to 30.5% of MSQ


10,300 Less than 30.5%, but greater than or

equal to 15.05% of MSQ


8,300 Less than 15.05% of MSQ



In the event that on any day the total quantity of gas which Customers

are withdrawing is less than the total quantity which Gulf South is

capable of withdrawing, then to the extent it is able to do so, Gulf

South will at its sole judgement, and on a non-discriminatory basis,

permit those Customers desiring to withdraw greater quantities of gas

to do so on a ratable basis, provided however, a Customer shall not be

permitted to exceed its MDWQ, except under an executed ISS contract.

In no event shall Gulf South schedule withdrawals that are in excess of

the quantity of gas in a Customer's storage inventory.