Sg Resources Mississippi, L.L.C

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/01/2008, Docket: RP08-184-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 130 Original Sheet No. 130 : Pending

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

5. PRIORITY, INTERRUPTION OF SERVICE AND OPERATIONAL FLOW

ORDERS

 

5.1 Priority of Service. Any Customer executing a

Storage Service Agreement with SGRM shall be entitled to the

storage, parking, wheeling, or loaning of Gas in the following

order of declining priority:

 

(a) (i) Firm Storage Service under Rate Schedule FSS at

Primary Point(s) of Receipt, not in excess of MDRQ, and at Primary

Point(s) of Delivery, not in excess of MDDQ, or (ii) for

constraints that develop after Gas is scheduled, Firm Storage

Services under Rate Schedule SFS at Secondary Point(s) of Receipt,

not in excess of MDRQ, and at Secondary Point(s) of Delivery, not

in excess of MDDQ.

 

(b) For constraints that develop before Gas is

scheduled, Firm Storage Services under Rate Schedule SFS at

Secondary Point(s) of Receipt, not in excess of MDRQ, and at

Primary Point(s) of Delivery, not in excess of MDDQ.

 

(c) Interruptible service, including Excess Injection

Gas and Excess Withdrawal Gas (pursuant to Section 2 of Rate

Schedules FSS or SFS), storage, parking, wheeling, and/or loaning

pursuant to Section 5.2 below.

 

(d) Make-up volumes to correct prior variances between

(i) Transporter and the counterparty to a balancing agreement

(pursuant to such agreement), (ii) Customer and SGRM, and (iii)

Customer and Transporter if the variance was due to SGRM's failure

to receive or deliver Customer's scheduled volumes.

 

(e) Extended injections for Firm Storage Service in

excess of MDRQ/24 or extended withdrawals for Firm Storage Service

in excess of MDDQ/24.

 

If a capacity constraint is anticipated or planned (for example,

due to system maintenance), SGRM shall post a notice of the

anticipated constraint on its Internet Web Site at least 48 hours

in advance of the start of the constraint period.

 

5.2 The order of priority relating to service requests

for Excess Injection Gas and Excess Withdrawal Gas (pursuant to

Section 2 of Rate Schedules FSS or SFS) and service under Rate

Schedules ISS, IP, IW, IL and IB shall be allocated to each

Customer in the same manner as specified in Section 5.3.