Carolina Gas Transmission Corporation

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Effective Date: 11/01/2006, Docket: CP06- 71-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 113 Original Sheet No. 113 : Effective

 

“Quick Response” shall mean the preliminary response record generated

by Pipeline and made available through the NAESB WGQ electronic

delivery mechanism to the nominating party indicating the successful

receipt of a nomination and the fact that such nomination is correct

and able to be processed or is incorrect and rejected.

 

“Ranked 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 line items are ranked numerically

with the lower item number being allocated before the next sequentially

higher item number.

 

“Receipt Point” shall mean a point at which gas enters Pipeline’s

system from a plant or upstream pipeline interconnect, or other source,

including a paper pooling point or a point where Shipper receives gas

in kind to resolve an imbalance.

 

“Recourse Rate” shall mean the rate, including all applicable

surcharges, designated as the maximum rate stated in the Summary of

Rates and Charges of this Tariff. For purposes of this Tariff,

Recourse Rate and maximum rate are synonymous.

 

“Releasing Shipper” shall mean a Shipper or Replacement Shipper under a

Service Agreement subject to Part 284 of the Commission’s regulations:

(i) that posts a capacity release offer on Pipeline’s Internet Website

for all or any portion of its firm service to be released to a

Replacement Shipper, or to a Prearranged Replacement Shipper through a

prearranged capacity release transaction; or (ii) that has released its

firm service.

 

“Replacement Shipper” shall mean a party, including a Prearranged

Replacement Shipper, that desires to contract directly for, or that has

contracted directly for, firm service with Pipeline subject to Part 284

of the Commission’s regulations to use a Releasing Shipper’s released

firm capacity for a specified period of time.

 

“Reservation Rate” shall mean the monthly amount per Dt paid by Shipper

to hold firm capacity on Pipeline.

 

“Right of First Refusal” shall mean the right that a Shipper has to

retain firm capacity upon expiration of its Service Agreement by

complying with the bidding procedures in GT&Cs Section 4.