Gulf South Pipeline Company L P
Sixth Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 10/01/2002, Docket: RP02-421-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 2415A Original Sheet No. 2415A : Effective
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1.3.64 At a minimum, the Transportation Service Providers (TSP) should be
responsible for accommodating Title Transfer Tracking (TTT)
services at all points identified by the TSP as pooling points,
where TTT services are requested. In absence of existing pooling
points or in addition to existing pooling points where access to
TTT activity is not reasonably accessible for supply receipt
locations covered by an OBA, TSPs should be responsible for
accommodating TTT at no less than one location.
1.3.65 The Title Transfer Tracking services should be supported by means
of the nominations, quick responses and scheduled quantities
processes. At the Transportation Service Provider's election, the
confirmation process may also be utilized with Title Transfer
Tracking Service Providers within the TSP's system.
1.3.66 All Third Party Account Administrators (3PADS) wishing to provide
title transfer tracking services shall so notify the
Transportation Service Provider (TSP). All coordination between
3PADS and a TSP should be performed under a contract between the
parties. Where the TSP is a Title Transfer Tracking Service
Provider on its system, tariff provisions (terms, conditions and
rates) or general terms and conditions of the TSP, may take the
place of a contract.
1.3.67 Upon reasonable request of the Third Party Account Administrator
(3PAD), Transportation Service Providers should provide the 3PAD
with one of the following for conducting title transfer tracking
1) location code(s);
2) contract identifier(s) used in the exchange of
transactional data; or
3) both one and two above.
In any event TTT activity is always performed at or with respect
to a location (physical or logical).