Gulf South Pipeline Company L P

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/31/2000, Docket: GT01- 6-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 718 Original Sheet No. 718 : Effective






(f) A Pooling Customer shall be responsible for any imbalance which

occurs between actual allocated receipt quantities and confirmed

receipt nominations. Transportation Customers shall be

responsible for all imbalances which occur between actual

allocated delivery quantities and confirmed delivery nominations.

At the end of each month, Pooling Rate Schedule imbalances will be

netted with any transportation contract imbalances incurred by the

Pooling Customer and any remaining imbalance will be subject to

resolution pursuant to Section 20 of the General Terms and



(g) A Pooling Customer may transfer gas to another Pooling Customer at

the same pooling point without incurring a transportation charge.


(h) A Pooling Customer can only sell gas at a pooling point to another

Pooling Customer or to a Gulf South transportation Customer.


(i) A Pooling Customer may enter into multiple PS agreements.




The term shall be for a mutually agreeable term.




(a) Firm Transportation Customers shall be granted for each

transportation contract both a receipt point MDQ (corresponding to

the primary receipt points provided in their Firm Transportation

Service Agreements) and an area receipt point MDQ which shall be

the sum of all their primary receipt point MDQs in each pooling



(b) To the extent a firm transportation Customer nominates receipts

from a pool at a level equal to or less than its area receipt

point MDQ, then those nominations for scheduling purposes shall be

deemed to be primary nominations. If the firm transportation

Customer nominates at a pool where it does not have an area

receipt point MDQ or at a level above its area receipt point MDQ,

then those nominations shall be considered nominations at a

supplemental receipt point.