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Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/17/2008, Docket: RP08-198-000, Status: Suspended

First Revised Sheet No. 901B First Revised Sheet No. 901B : Pending




Section 2




2.3 Expansion Facilities Gas Quality Management


(a) If Gulf South becomes aware that a downstream inter-

connecting pipeline is experiencing or anticipates gas

quality problems and may not accept gas delivered from Gulf

South's system, then Gulf South will take the steps below,

in the following order when practicable:


(i) Gulf South will terminate or suspend gas quality

waivers granted pursuant to Section 2.4 (b) in the

"Affected Area" be defined as the area determined by

Gulf South to contribute to a specific problem on the

Expansion Facilities. Such Affected Area(s) as

provided in this Section 2.3 will be defined in a

manner to minimize impacts on gas supply.; and


(ii) Subject to Section 2.3(b), Gulf South may post on its

Internet Web Site more restrictive gas quality

specification limits for Affected Area(s) on the

Expansion Facilities determined by Gulf South to

contribute to a specific problem, but in no event

lower than the applicable Safe Harbor for carbon

dioxide or hexanes and heavier hydrocarbons, to

assist in the management of such problems.


When managing gas quality problems on the Expansion

Facilities any posting of a more restrictive specification

will be limited to addressing only problems arising with

respect to that particular specification. For example,

Gulf South will not post a notice to lower the maximum Btu

limit for the purpose of addressing a hydrocarbon liquids

problem. Furthermore, Gulf South may accept gas that does

not meet the applicable quality specification(s) if

the Customer transporting such gas provides proof that

processing will be performed prior to the delivery of such

gas in the Affected Area, provided that the receipt point

is directly connected to the Expansion Facilities.