Colorado Interstate Gas Company
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 06/01/2010, Docket: RP10-689-000, Status: Effective
Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. 236 Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. 236
Superseding: Twelfth Revised Sheet No. 236
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1.92 "Scheduled Quantity" shall mean the quantity of Gas Transporter has
determined it can Transport, based on a Shipper's Nomination, from a
specific Point of Receipt to a specific Point of Delivery on a
designated Gas Day subject to Transporter's available transportation
system capacity. Such quantities shall be determined pursuant to the
provisions of Section 6 of these General Terms and Conditions and
are subject to a final Confirmation.
1.93 "Secondary Capacity" shall mean capacity other than Primary Capacity
or Flow Path Secondary Capacity under a firm Transportation Service
Agreement utilized when Shipper Nominates at Secondary Points which
lie outside of Shipper's Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path.
1.94 "Secondary Point(s)" shall mean those Point(s) of Receipt and
Delivery which are not specified in the Firm Transportation Service
Agreement as Primary Points and where Shipper is entitled to
Nominate quantities for receipt or Delivery. Secondary Points which
lie in the Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path are automatically
awarded a scheduling status of Flow Path Secondary.
1.95 "Secondary Point of Delivery" shall mean a Point of Delivery,
excluding Shipper's Primary Point(s) of Delivery, which is not
specified in the Firm Transportation Service Agreement as Primary
Point(s) of Delivery and where Shipper is entitled to Nominate
1.96 "Secondary Point of Receipt" shall mean a Point of Receipt, which is
not specified in the Firm Transportation Service Agreement as
Primary Point(s) of Receipt and where Shipper is entitled to
Nominate Receipt Quantities.
1.97 "Segment" shall mean a portion of the transmission system between a
defined upstream Point and a defined downstream Point. For purposes
of this Tariff, such Points are generally locations which are
available for Nomination by Shippers. In the context of
Segmentation, a Shipper's use of Capacity on a Segment is limited to
that Shipper's contractual entitlement across such Segment.