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Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/01/2008, Docket: RP08- 77-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 811 Second Revised Sheet No. 811 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 811



Section 1


"Shoulder Month/Daily Contract Demand" shall mean the quantity of

gas which Gulf South shall be obligated to deliver to Customer on

any day during the Shoulder months. The Shoulder Month Daily

Contract Demand for NNS shall be not less than 50% of the Winter

Season Daily Contract Demand.


"Site Map" is the term used to describe a Web page of URL links,

which resembles a table of contents or directory tree structure,

of categories and subcategories of information.


"Small Customer Rate Option" shall mean the rate available to any

Customer which received service under Gulf South's G Rate

Schedule as of May 18, 1992, and which elects to pay a one-part,

volumetric rate instead of the two-part rate under a FTS or NNS

agreement. A Customer which elects the Small Customer Rate

Option shall be required to schedule and take quantities up to

its primary MDQ for all firm services subject to a Small Customer

Rate Option before utilizing any other transportation service.

Provided, however, a Customer which elects the Small Customer

Rate Option will be allowed to schedule and take quantities only

on an interruptible basis ("SCRO exemption") to service an

interruptible industrial load at the point of delivery if (1)

such Small Customer provides to Gulf South an affidavit attesting

that the gas being transported will be used for an industrial

load which otherwise would be lost without the SCRO exemption;

and (2) Small Customer and Gulf South agree to a method to

determine the allocation of the industrial load's takes at the

delivery point. Small Customers which qualify for an SCRO

exemption shall provide Gulf South with sufficient information to

verify actual daily volumes delivered to such interruptible

industrials each month. In the event it becomes necessary for

Gulf South to interrupt the gas flowing to such interruptible

load, the Small Customer may not serve that interruptible load

through either NNS-SCO or FTS-SCO. Failure to abide by this

provision may result in the Small Customer being disqualified

from utilizing an SCRO exemption in the future, at Gulf South's




"Standard Client Configuration" is the term used to describe the

configuration that allows simultaneous access to multiple industry

Web sites.