Cheniere Creole Trail Pipeline, L.P.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 04/28/2008, Docket: RP08-137-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 100 Original Sheet No. 100 : Pending
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The following terms shall have the meanings defined below:
a. "Affected Area" -- An affected area is a physical, geographic area,
locale or region of Transporter's pipeline system which is affected by an
overpressure or underpressure situation such that Transporter's ability to
meet firm service obligations or to provide scheduled service to Shippers in
or utilizing that area is impaired.
b. "Billing Month" - Shall mean a calendar month.
c. "Bump" - Shall mean the displacement of scheduled quantities of a
Shipper with lower priority service with quantities of a Shipper with higher
d. "Btu" -- Shall mean a British thermal unit and is further defined as the
quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound (avoirdupois)
of pure water from 58.5 degrees Fahrenheit to 59.5 degrees Fahrenheit at a
constant pressure of 14.73 pounds per square inch absolute. The Btu content of
all gas shall be reported to 3 or more decimal places.
e. "Central Clock Time" -- Shall be the Central Time, as adjusted for
Daylight Savings Time and Standard Time. Unless otherwise stated, as used
herein "Central Time" shall mean Central Clock Time.
f. "Contact Person" -- Shall mean the person(s) specified by Shipper that
is available by telephone or paging device to receive communication from
Transporter at any and all times and upon whose written, oral, or electronic
communications Transporter may exclusively rely. Every Shipper must have a
contact person and Shipper must provide Transporter with sufficient
information to conclusively contact and communicate with such contact person.
g. "Critical Notice" -- Notification of an imminent or existing operational
condition on Transporter's pipeline system that, if continued, would affect
scheduling or adversely affect scheduled gas flow; such condition would be
expected to result in an Operational Flow Order in order to remedy the