Sg Resources Mississippi, L.L.C

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

Original Sheet No. 143 Original Sheet No. 143 : Pending








11.1 Delivery Pressures. SGRM shall deliver Gas to

Customer at pressures sufficient to enter the pipeline facilities

at the Point(s) of Delivery against the operating pressures

maintained by Transporter(s) from time to time. SGRM shall not be

required to deliver Gas at pressures in excess of those required

by Transporter(s) or in excess of Transporter(s) maximum allowable

operating pressure (MAOP), not to exceed 1,000 psig. Customer

shall deliver or cause to be delivered to SGRM all Gas for

wheeling, parking or injection at the Point(s) of Receipt at

pressures not less than 800 psig and not in excess of the MAOP of

SGRM's facilities at the Point(s) of Receipt. SGRM shall be

responsible for maintaining facilities at such Point(s) of Receipt

to permit Customer to deliver Gas to SGRM at such allowed



11.2 Receipt and Delivery Rates. SGRM has designed the

facilities required to wheel, store, inject and withdraw Gas based

on "normal" operating pressures maintained by the Transporter(s)

at the Point(s) of Receipt/Delivery with allowances for reasonable

fluctuations. In the event that conditions on the Transporter's

system vary substantially from this "normal" design condition

coincident with high levels of Customer receipt or delivery

activity, SGRM's capability to receive or deliver the quantities

set forth in its Storage Service Agreements may be impaired,

resulting in an interruption in service. If this happens,

capacity will be allocated pursuant to Section 5 of the General

Terms and Conditions of this FERC Gas Tariff. Customer agrees to

indemnify and hold SGRM harmless for any loss caused by any such

interruption in service.