Carolina Gas Transmission Corporation
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 08/06/2007, Docket: RP07-519-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 112 First Revised Sheet No. 112 : Effective
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 112
“Pipeline” shall mean Carolina Gas Transmission Corporation. Such term
excludes any entity that is an affiliate of Pipeline.
“Point Operator” shall mean Delivery Point Operator.
“Pooler” shall mean an operator of a pool under a Pooling Agreement
“Pooling Agreement” shall mean a contract with Pipeline for pooling
under GT&Cs Section 20.
“Positive Imbalance” shall mean receipts of gas in excess of
“Prearranged Replacement Shipper” shall mean a party that desires to
contract directly for, or that has contracted directly for, firm
capacity subject to Part 284 of the Commission’s regulations and has
agreed to the terms of a capacity release transaction directly with a
Releasing Shipper, which terms have been posted on Pipeline’s Internet
“Prearranged Shipper” shall mean a party to a Service Agreement with a
service commencement date one (1) year or more in the future for
currently available capacity or one (1) year or more after the date
that capacity will become available as described in GT&Cs Section 4.1.
“Primary Delivery Point” shall mean a Delivery Point at which Shipper
has a specified MDDQ in a firm transportation Service Agreement.
“Primary Path” shall mean the path: (i) from a Shipper’s Primary Receipt
Point(s) to its Primary Delivery Point(s); and (ii) in the direction
from a Shipper’s Primary Receipt Point(s) to its Primary Delivery
“Primary Path Segment” shall mean the path using Segment Receipt
Point(s) and Segment Delivery Point(s) in a segmented transaction.
“Primary Receipt Point” shall mean a Receipt Point at which Shipper has
a specified MDRQ in a firm transportation Service Agreement.
“Pro Rata PDA” shall mean the predetermined allocation methodology used
to allocate gas flow among scheduled line item nominations at a
Delivery or Receipt Point where the total quantity to be allocated is
multiplied by the ratio of each scheduled line item to the total line
items applicable to the quantity to be allocated.