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Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/14/2010, Docket: RP10-601-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 1804 First Revised Sheet No. 1804

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 1804



Section 11



(b) Up/Downstream Contract Identifier may be needed

to confirm receipt/delivery location; required

at Gulf South Pooling and Storage locations.


(c) Package ID - may be needed to make nominations

unique between identical receipt and delivery



(c) If any nomination or change in nomination involves the

commencement of service for a new "on behalf of" entity,

then the Customer should provide information identifying

the "on behalf of" entity by facsimile prior to the

applicable confirmation deadline.


(d) Intra-day nominations can be used to request increases or

decreases in total flow, changes to receipt points, or

changes to delivery points of scheduled gas. Intra-day

nominations may be used to nominate new supply or market.

Intra-day nominations do not rollover (i.e. intra-day

nominations span one day only). Intra-day nominations do

not replace the remainder of a standing nomination. There

is no need to re-nominate if an intra-day nomination

modifies an existing nomination. All nominations including

intra-day nominations should be based on a daily quantity;

thus, an intra-day nominator need not submit an hourly

nomination. Intra-day nominations should include an

effective date and time. The interconnected parties should

agree on the hourly flows of the intra-day nomination if

not otherwise addressed in Gulf South's contract or tariff.


(e) The Uniform Hourly Flow Rate for quantities nominated,

confirmed and scheduled for flows the remainder of the day,

described in (d), will be the quantities divided by the

remaining hours in the day. Intra-day nominations will not

be scheduled if there is no reasonable expectation by Gulf

South that the quantities can flow in the remainder of the

day, provided however, if a firm shipper has been required

to move from a supplemental point as the result of the

implementation of the System Management Plan or through the

issuance of an OFO, then the Customer can return to its

primary point, subject to confirmation, even if an

interruption of service occurs.