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Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/01/2003, Docket: RP00-340-005, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 1710 First Revised Sheet No. 1710 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 1710



Section 10



(6) The capacity which remains available, if any,

for Payback Quantities shall be allocated

ratably based upon scheduled nominations.


(iii) Procedures and Priorities When Interrupting Storage

Customers - The following procedures and priorities

shall apply in the event of constraints of injection

and withdrawal capacity to the extent required. Gulf

South will allocate capacity among Storage Services

regarding injections or withdrawals as follows:


(1) The injection and withdrawal capacity available

for No Notice Service and Firm Storage Service

will be the last to be curtailed and shall be

allocated ratably based on Maximum Daily

Injection Quantity or Maximum Daily Withdrawal



(2) The capacity which remains, if any, for

interruptible storage service shall be

allocated pro rata based on scheduled

nominations. Interruptible storage Customers

may be required to withdraw gas from storage

when necessary to allow Gulf South to fulfill

FSS or NNS service commitments, or Gulf South

operational requirements.


Nothing shall require Gulf South to interrupt,

curtail or allocate any service of any priority

if such interruption, curtailment or allocation

either would not alleviate or would exacerbate

interruption, curtailment or allocation of a

service of equal or higher priority.


(b) Exemptions to Capacity Curtailments - Notwithstanding the

provisions of Section 10.5(a), Gulf South shall not curtail

deliveries to a Customer as follows: