The slated quantity was quantity was equaled by the delivery
zero, the slate for July would reflect a requirements balance of ZERO
for JP4 at ocean terminal X.
The slated quantity was 120 Mbbl but only 100 Mbbl were delivered.
ZERO, the slate for August will reflect a requirements balance
(minus) 20 Mbbl of JP4 at ocean terminal X, providing storage
(ullage) is available.
The slated quantity was 90 Mbbl, but 120 mbbl were delivered. This
difference, 30 Mbbl brings the requirements balance to (plus) 10
Mbbl. The slate for September will reflect a requirements balance of
(plus) 10 Mbbl. Note: The slate for September did not reflect a
requirements balance of 30 Mbbl because July's requirements balance
of (minus) 20 Mbbl was considered in determining August requirements
balance (i.e.: 20 + 30 = +10).
The slated quantity was 12 Mbbl, and 115 Mbbl were actually
delivered. The delivery is 10 Mbbl short, but this evens out the
requirements balance. The August requirements balance was (plus) 10
Mbbl, the September slated and delivered quantity was (minus) 10 Mbbl
which leaves the requirements balance in September as ZERO for JP4 at
PART F. UNFORESEEN CHANGES
Changes can have an impact on delivery requirements. These unforeseen
changes in the storage capacity, consumption, and receipt capability etc.
will require a change in the delivery requirements. If the changes affect
the third and latter months the following months slate can reflect
corrections. If a change affects delivery requirements during the first two
(2) months of the current slate, a follow-up submission of a slate change,
and explanation of the change will be in the footnotes section to DESC using
the quickest means possible.
PART G. WEEKLY ARRIVAL SCHEDULE (WAS)
The WAS provides the JPO and SAPO with tanker arrival information. The WAS
is sent out the first Tuesday after the monthly slates have been processed.
The WAS will reflect all cargoes destined to fill slated requirements at all
terminals from the date the WAS is sent out through the last day of the five
month slating period. On all other Tuesdays a WAS is sent out listing all
deliveries scheduled for the next 60 days. Changes other than previously
mentioned will be updated by message traffic. The JPO's will review all WAS
and update message traffic.