El Paso Natural Gas Company
Second Revised Volume No. 1A
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Effective Date: 04/01/2010, Docket: RP10-454-001, Status: Effective
Fourteenth Revised Sheet No. 202A Fourteenth Revised Sheet No. 202A
Superseding: Thirteenth Revised Sheet No. 202A
TRANSPORTATION GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. DEFINITIONS (Continued)
1.17 "Electronic Bulletin Board" ("EBB") - Transporter's EBB is available
at Transporter's designated Internet Website at www.elpaso.com,
pursuant to Section 20.
1.18 "El Paso System" - The El Paso System is displayed on the map set
forth in this FERC Gas Tariff.
1.19 "Executed TSA" - Any executed TSA, in either paper or electronic
form, or any TSA for which service is being nominated and scheduled
under Section 6 of the GT&C shall be considered an Executed TSA.
1.20 "Firm Recallable Capacity" - Firm capacity released subject to the
Releasing Shipper's right to recall such capacity during the term
of the release, pursuant to Section 9.
1.21 "Flowing Gas" - The physical gas quantity received into and/or
taken out of Transporter's pipeline system.
1.22 "Flow Path" - The transportation system capacity nominated by a
Shipper between the nominated Receipt Point and nominated Delivery
1.23 "Flow Path Secondary Capacity" - Except as noted below, shall mean
the capacity status (path rights) assigned to that path portion of
a firm transportation nomination for which either or both the
Receipt or Delivery Points lie outside the Primary Receipt-to-
Delivery Flow Path when at least some part of such nomination
passes through Shipper's Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path.
Flow Path Secondary Capacity is limited by the Path Quantity.
1.24 "Flow Point Secondary Capacity" - The applicable point rights to
any non-primary point that lies within Shipper's Primary Receipt-
to-Delivery Flow Path. Such point shall be designated a Flow Point
Secondary point when used by Shipper.
1.25 "Fuel" - The quantity of gas determined to be consumed during the
transportation of gas.
1.26 "Gas Day" - A period of 24 consecutive hours commencing and ending
at 8:00 a.m., MCT, adjusted for Daylight Savings Time when
appropriate. See Section 1.12 of the GT&C.