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

First Revised Sheet No. 2421 First Revised Sheet No. 2421 : Effective

Superseding: Substitute Original Sheet No. 2421


Section 17



2.4.1 Pre-determined Allocation

2.4.2 Pre-determined Allocation - Quick Response

2.4.3 Allocation

2.4.4 Shipper Imbalance

2.4.5 Measurement Information

2.4.6 Measured Volume Audit Statement

2.4.7 Request for Information

2.4.8 Response to Request for Information

2.4.9 Authorization to Post Imbalances

2.4.10 Posted Imbalance Download

2.4.11 Request for Imbalance Trade

2.4.12 Request for Imbalance Trade Quick Response

2.4.13 Withdrawal of Request for Imbalance Trade

2.4.14 Request for Confirmation of Imbalance Trade

2.4.15 Imbalance Trade Confirmation

2.4.16 Imbalance Trade Notification



3.3.5 Differentiate between sales, transportation, and storage

transactions through charge codes. Sales, transportation, and

storage invoices should use the same electronic format.


3.3.6 Transactions at pooling points should not be consolidated for

billing purposes.


3.3.7 Clearly identify transfer imbalances as separate charge types.


3.3.8 On accuracy of invoice information, calculations need to be

mathematically accurate.


3.3.11 Information provided with (sales and transportation) invoices

should be consistent with information previously provided by the

billing party, as updated for changes for settlement.


3.3.12 All statements should be standardized to the same level of detail.

The specific minimum level of detail on invoice, remittance and

statement of account should be guided by the development of the

data elements.