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. 149 Original Sheet No. 149 : Pending

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

17. FORCE MAJEURE, RESERVATION CHARGE CREDITS

 

17.1. (a) Effect of Force Majeure. In the event SGRM is

rendered unable, wholly or in part, by reason of an event of Force

Majeure, as defined herein, to perform, wholly or in part, any

obligation or commitment under Customer's Storage Service

Agreement, it is agreed that upon SGRM's giving notice and full

particulars of such Force Majeure event on its Internet Web Site

and/or in writing to Customer within seventy-two (72) hours after

the occurrence of the cause relied on, then the obligations of

SGRM shall be suspended to the extent that SGRM's ability to

perform such obligations is affected by such Force Majeure event

and for the period of such Force Majeure condition, but for no

longer period, and such cause shall as far as possible be remedied

with all reasonable dispatch.

 

(b) Force Majeure and Obligation to Pay/Credit

Reservation Charges. A Customer taking firm service under Rate

Schedules FSS or SFS shall not be relieved of its obligation to

pay Reservation Charges specified in such firm Rate Schedules due

to an event of Force Majeure and SGRM shall include the full

amount of such Reservation Charges on the Customer's invoice for

any Month in which an event of Force Majeure shall have occurred,

provided, however, that SGRM shall calculate credits against the

Customer's Reservation Charges payable under Rate Schedules FSS or

SFS and its Storage Service Agreement to reflect any reduction in

SGRM's ability to render firm services resulting from an event of

Force Majeure declared by SGRM and shall include such credits on

the firm Customer's invoice for the next succeeding Month, in

accordance with Section 17.1(c) below.