Carolina Gas Transmission Corporation

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

Original Sheet No. 114 Original Sheet No. 114 : Effective

 

“Routine Maintenance” shall mean normal, day-to-day maintenance and

repair required to support Pipeline’s operations or necessary for

facility upkeep and shall include, but not be limited to, replacement

of minor parts for instrumentation, measurement equipment (including

remote terminal units), and minor valves and piping.

 

“Secondary Delivery Point” shall mean a Delivery Point other than a

Primary Delivery Point or a Primary Delivery Point insofar as any

quantity in excess of Shipper’s MDDQ is delivered, or nominated to be

delivered, to the Primary Delivery Point.

 

“Secondary Receipt Point” shall mean a Receipt Point other than a

Primary Receipt Point or a Primary Receipt Point insofar as any

quantity in excess of Shipper’s MDRQ is received, or nominated to be

received, at the Primary Receipt Point.

 

“Segment Receipt Point” shall mean a Receipt Point within the Primary

Path identified as part of a segmented transaction.

“Segment Delivery Point” shall mean a Delivery Point within the Primary

Path identified as part of a segmented transaction.

 

“Service Agreement” shall mean the contract executed by Shipper and

Pipeline or otherwise made effective and any exhibits, attachments, or

amendments thereto, for transportation service or other services under

Pipeline’s Tariff.

 

“Service Request” shall mean a request for service that meets the

requirements of GT&Cs Section 2.

 

“Shared Revenues” shall mean the revenues calculated in GT&Cs Section

28.1(a) to be compared to Mitigation Costs for purposes of determining

transportation revenue sharing credits under GT&Cs Section 28.

 

“Shipper” shall mean an entity that: (i) is requesting service from

Pipeline under GT&Cs Section 2; (ii) has executed a Service Agreement

that has become effective under this Tariff, providing for the

transportation of gas or other services by Pipeline; or (iii) has

executed an Agency Authorization Agreement to act as Shipper’s agent

under GT&Cs Section 40.

 

“Shipper Emergency Situation” shall mean a situation in which Pipeline

is advised by a firm Shipper that, absent adjustment of the curtailment

level as provided by GT&Cs Section 16, Shipper will be unable for the

duration indicated by Shipper to avoid irreparable injury to life or

property, including environmental emergencies, or to provide for

minimal plant protection.