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Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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

Original Sheet No. 1713 Original Sheet No. 1713 : Superseded




Section 10



Provided, however, that no Customer shall be entitled

to relief under this Section to the extent that

(A) the emergency situation is due to the Customer's

failure to have adequate transportation arrangements

in effect for the delivery of Customer's gas at the

point(s) of delivery in effect hereunder during the

relevant period, or (B) the quantity of gas required

to meet such emergency situation exceeds such

Customer's firm contractual rights hereunder.


Gulf South shall not be liable for granting exceptions

to the curtailment provisions of Section 10.5(a) for

any Customer based upon a request submitted by a

Customer under the emergency situation relief

provisions of this Section. If the Customer does not

provide the sworn statement as required by this

Section, then all quantities attributable to the

adjustments made by Gulf South shall be billed, in

addition to all other charges, the penalties

established in Section 19.2 for every Dekatherm

allocated to the Customer because of the emergency

situation over and above what the Customer's

allocation would have been under the Curtailment

without the emergency.


(iii) Emergency Storage Relief - Without prejudice to any

extraordinary relief from curtailment that may be

available pursuant to the regulations and procedures

of the FERC, any firm transportation Customer storing

gas shall be eligible for relief from capacity

curtailments, within the appropriate Available

Quantity but only to the extent of the quantity

necessary to avert irreparable injury to life or

property, including environmental emergencies to the

extent that storing Customers are providing

withdrawals to firm transporting Customers granted

relief herein.