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. 153 Original Sheet No. 153 : Pending
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
20.2 Title Transfers of Gas
(a) Transfers of title between Customers and/or Storage
Service Agreements under which Gas is delivered to SGRM, withdrawn
from SGRM's storage or wheeled on SGRM's system may be permitted
by SGRM at Point(s) of Receipt and Point(s) of Delivery or on
SGRM's system on an Interruptible basis pursuant to Customer's
Title Transfer Form.
(b) Requests for such transfers shall be made in
accordance with the nomination procedures set forth in Section 8,
Nominations and Scheduling, of the General Terms and Conditions
herein. SGRM shall not unreasonably withhold approval of such
(c) For each title transfer nominated by Customer under
Section 20.2(b) herein, Customer shall pay the gas title transfer
rate set forth on the executed Title Transfer Form.
21.l A Customer shall be liable for and shall be required
to reimburse SGRM for all penalties, charges and fees which SGRM
is required to pay to Transporter(s) as a consequence of
Customer's actions. The recovery of such penalty amounts shall be
on an as-billed basis.
21.2 In addition to the payment of the penalties set
forth in Section 21.1 herein, the responsible Customer shall also
be liable for, and shall reimburse SGRM, for all costs incurred by
SGRM as a consequence of such Customer's actions.
22. TRANSMISSION PROVIDER STANDARDS OF CONDUCT
SGRM does not meet FERC's definition of a "Transmission
Provider" (18 C.F.R. 358.3(a)) because it is a storage company
authorized to charge market-based rates, is not interconnected
with the facilities of any affiliated interstate natural gas
pipeline, has no exclusive franchise area, has no captive
customers and has no market power. Therefore, SGRM is not
required to comply with FERC's Transmission Provider Standards of
Conduct, as promulgated in Order Nos. 2004, et al., and codified
at 18 C.F.R. Part 358.