Chandeleur Pipe Line Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2010, Docket: RP10-915-000, Status: Effective

Eighth Revised Sheet No. 18 Eighth Revised Sheet No. 18

Superseding: Seventh Revised Sheet No. 18

 

GENERAL TERMS

AND CONDITIONS

 

2.0 DEFINITIONS

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2.05 "Account Holder" is the party using the services of a "Title

Transfer Tracking Service Provider" (TTTSP) under a contract or

other arrangement with that TTTSP. (NAESB WGQ 1.2.18)

 

2.10 "Alternate Receipt and / or Delivery Points" is the reference to

Receipt and Delivery Points not specified in a Shipper's executed

Transportation Service Agreement, but which can be nominated by a

Shipper in place of such Shipper's Primary Receipt and Delivery

Points.

 

2.11 "Applicable Index Price" shall have the meaning as set forth in

Sections 8.4(c)(i) and 8.4(c)(ii) of these General Terms and

Conditions.

 

2.15 "Associated Liquids" shall mean (a) condensate (liquid

hydrocarbons without free water) produced in conjunction with the

production of Gas to be transported hereunder and (b) any liquid

hydrocarbons condensed by mechanical means in separation,

dehydration, and/or compression facilities of Chandeleur.

 

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2.20 "Batch Flat File" is the term used within NAESB WGQ FF/EDM to

describe the automated computer-to-computer transfer of flat

files. (NAESB WGQ 4.2.18)

 

2.23 "Browser" is a software program capable of generating HTTP

Requests, including HTTP POST requests. (NAESB WGQ 10.2.10)

 

2.25 "Btu" or "British Thermal Unit" shall mean the quantity of heat

required to raise the temperature of one (1) pound of water one

(1) degree Fahrenheit at sixty degrees (60o) Fahrenheit under

standard pressure of fourteen and seventy-three hundredths (14.73)

psia. The standard quantity for nominations, confirmation and

scheduling is dekatherms per gas day in the United States. (For

reference 1 dekatherm = 1,000,000 Btu's. The standard Btu is the

International Btu, which is also called the Btu(IT). For

reporting purposes, Btu conversion factors will be reported to not

less than three (3) decimal places and Pressure base conversion

will be reported to no less than six (6) decimal places. For

calculation purposes, not less than six (6) decimal places will be

used for both conversion factors.