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BEFORE THE GEORGIA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

STATE OF GEORGIA

IN RE: Georgia Public Service Commission ) Request For Proposal for Regulated ) DOCKET NO. 15149-U Provider of Natural Gas )

SCANA ENERGY MARKETING, INC.

STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS

FOR

CUSTOMERS OF A REGULATED PROVIDER

GROUP 2 CUSTOMERS

ELIGIBILITY: Customers are eligible to obtain service from the Regulated Provider as a Group 2 customer if they have been unable to obtain or maintain natural gas service with a marketer or if their payment history was cited by the Regulated Provider as reason to transfer them from Group 1 to Group 2.

1. AGLC PASS THROUGH & METER READING CHARGES: The customer is billed all pass through charges of the electing distribution company, Atlanta Gas Light Company (“AGLC”) applicable to the customer. The monthly pass through charges related to AGLC’s assignment of costs to SCANA Energy for a customer’s account will vary based on the customer’s Dedicated Design Day Capacity ("DDDC") and AGLC Pool Group (as such terms are defined in AGLC’s approved tariff). AGLC’s assigned obligations to SCANA Energy for a customer’s account covering interstate assets (pipeline capacity, storage, and gas supply) will be charged to the customer in the natural gas consumption charge detailed below.

2. NATURAL GAS CONSUMPTION CHARGES: These charges do not include state or local taxes or charges imposed by the electing distribution company. The methodology for calculating natural gas consumption charges for each plan is as follows:

Variable Pricing Plan For customers electing this plan, the natural gas charge will be calculated using the variable price in effect on the first day of customer's billing cycle multiplied by the therm usage for the billing period. The variable price is subject to change.…...

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