American Midstream (Midla), LLC

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2010, Docket: RP10-483-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 103 Original Sheet No. 103

 

1.23 MONTHLY ALLOCATION. The term "Monthly Allocation" shall mean the process

where the Allocation Party perform the allocation process at the end of the monthly flow

period.

 

1.24 NAESB. The term "NAESB" shall mean the North American Energy Standards

Board or any successor entity.

 

1.25 NAESB Standards. The term "NAESB Standards" shall mean those standards

relating to business practices and electronic communications published by NAESB as

adopted by the FERC and included in the Code of Federal Regulations through due

process. Unless specifically indicated otherwise, all incorporated standards are as

reflected in the most recently adopted NAESB Version.

 

1.26 NATURAL GAS or GAS. The terms "Natural Gas" or "Gas" shall mean any

mixture of hydrocarbons or of hydrocarbons and non-combustible gases, in a gaseous

state, consisting essentially of methane.

1.27 NEGOTIATED RATE. The term ?Negotiated Rate? shall mean a rate provision

under which Pipeline and Customer have agreed on the amount to be charged for the

service under Rate Schedule NNS, FTS, ITS, FTS-OSF, or ITS-OSF which results in a

rate (including but not limited to Fuel Reimbursement) where, for all or a portion of the

contract term, one or more of the individual components of such rate exceeds or may

exceed the applicable maximum rate or is less than or may be less than the applicable

minimum rate (including but not limited to in the form of surcharges, credits, refunds or

return of credits or refunds).? Any Service Agreement entered into after the effective

date of this subsection which provides for a rate under Rate Schedule NNS, FTS, ITS,

FTS-OSF, or ITS-OSF other than the applicable maximum rate shall contain a provision

setting out the mutual agreement of the parties as to whether the pricing terms represent

a discounted rate or a Negotiated Rate.

1.28 NEGOTIATED RATE FORMULA. The term ?Negotiated Rate Formula? shall

mean a rate formula provision under which Pipeline and Customer have agreed will be

applied to service under Rate Schedule NNS, FTS, ITS, FTS-OSF, or ITS-OSF which

results in a rate (including but not limited to Fuel Reimbursement) where, for all or a

portion of the contract term, one or more of the individual components of such rate

exceeds or may exceed the applicable maximum rate or is less than or may be less than

the applicable minimum rate (including but not limited to in the form of surcharges,

credits, refunds or return of credits or refunds).? Any Service Agreement entered into

after the effective date of this subsection which provides for a rate under Rate Schedule

NNS, FTS, ITS, FTS-OSF, or ITS-OSF other than the applicable maximum rate shall

contain a provision setting out the mutual agreement of the parties as to whether the

pricing terms represent a discounted rate or a rate pursuant to a Negotiated Rate

Formula.