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Effective Date: 04/01/2009, Docket: RP09-414-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 41 First Revised Sheet No. 41

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 41

 

IW RATE SCHEDULE

INTERRUPTIBLE WHEELING SERVICE

 

1. AVAILABILITY

 

1.1 This Rate Schedule is available to any Customer for the

purchase of Interruptible Gas wheeling service from SGRM, provided

that:

 

(a) SGRM has determined that it has sufficient

operationally available Interruptible wheeling, receipt and

delivery capacity to perform service Customer has requested;

 

(b) SGRM has determined that service Customer has

requested will not interfere with efficient operation of its

system or with Firm Storage Services;

 

(c) Customer and SGRM have executed a Hub Services

Agreement under this Rate Schedule;

 

(d) Customer accepts responsibility for arranging any

upstream and/or downstream transportation service required for

utilization of the wheeling service provided under this Rate

Schedule; and

 

(e) Service under this Rate Schedule may not be

available to the extent that SGRM would be required to construct,

modify, expand or acquire any facilities to enable SGRM to perform

the requested services.

 

1.2 Multiple entities may contract for service collectively

as the Customer through execution of a single Service Agreement

under this Rate Schedule, and such entities may designate a party

to act as their agent under the Service Agreement, provided the

following conditions have been met:

 

(a) The multiple entities seeking to be treated as

Customer demonstrate to SGRM that they collectively will meet the

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's "shipper must have title"

requirement, as set forth in Section 12 of the General Terms and

Conditions of this FERC Gas Tariff;

 

(b) The multiple entities seeking to be treated as

Customer provide written notice to SGRM identifying the agent

under the Service Agreement and stating that the agent is

authorized to act on their behalf and that each of the multiple

entities which seek to be treated as the Customer under the

Service Agreement is jointly and severally liable for all of the

Customer's obligations under the Service Agreement; and

 

(c) The multiple entities seeking to be treated as

Customer acknowledge and agree that they shall be treated

collectively as one Customer for nomination, allocation and

billing purposes.