Southern Natural Gas Company

Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/1999, Docket: RP98-363-002, Status: Effective

First Sub. First Rev. Sheet No. 118 First Sub. First Rev. Sheet No. 118 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 118

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

list of all Exhibit B-1 Delivery Points and shall provide to SHIPPER a revised

Delivery Point list upon Shipper's request therefor.

 

Nothing contained in this Section 6.4 shall be construed to allow SHIPPER

to nominate deliveries of gas on any day in excess of the Transportation

Demand under its Service Agreement for firm transportation.

 

7. PRESSURE

 

7.1 Receipt Points:

 

All gas to be transported for SHIPPER shall be delivered to COMPANY at

pressures sufficient to enter COMPANY'S facilities at such working pressures

maintained by COMPANY at each Receipt Point; provided, however, that

such pressures shall not exceed COMPANY'S maximum allowable operating

pressures at each such point.

 

7.2 Delivery Points:

 

Gas will be delivered by COMPANY at each Delivery Point on Exhibit B to

a firm transportation Service Agreement at such pressure as may be mutually

agreed upon by COMPANY and the firm SHIPPER and specified in the firm

Service Agreement. Each pressure to be so specified shall be such pressure

as SHIPPER may request up to the pressure which, in the opinion of

COMPANY, can be continuously maintained without reducing the existing or

future deliverability, or impairing the efficient operation, of its system or any

part thereof, after giving effect to the reduction of pressure incident to

measurement and delivery of gas, it being recognized that delivery pressure

may vary within the control limitations of equipment used for reducing

pressure in accordance with generally accepted practice.

 

If the firm SHIPPER operating the downstream facilities desires that gas be

delivered for a temporary period at a pressure different from the pressure at

which gas is then being delivered, but lower than the