Northern Border Pipeline Company
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 05/01/2029, Docket: RP01-288-000, Status: Accepted
Fourth Revised Sheet Number 211 Fourth Revised Sheet Number 211 : Superseded
Superseding: Third Revised Sheet Number 211
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. DEFINITIONS (Continued)
o The term "Gas Day" shall mean a period beginning and ending
at 9:00 a.m., Central Clock Time. The reference date for any
day shall be the date of the beginning of such day.
o The term "General Terms and Conditions" shall mean, at any
time, these General Terms and Conditions as from time to time
amended or supplemented.
o The term "GISB" shall mean Gas Industry Standards Board.
o The term "GISB EBB/EDM" shall be the term used to describe
the GISB standardized electronic interchange of information
for Customer Activity web site presentations. GISB EBB/EDM
is communicated between trading partners over the Internet
using the GISB Electronic Delivery Mechanism for GISB
o The term "GISB EDI/EDM" shall be the term used to describe
ANSI ASC X12 computer-to-computer Electronic Data Interchange
(EDI)of information in files as mapped from the x.4.z GISB
standards in the GISB Implementation Guides and communicated
between trading partners over the Internet using the GISB
Electronic Delivery Mechanism (EDM). [4.2.11/v1.4]
o The term "GISB FF/EDM" shall be the term used to describe a
standardized flat file electronic data interchange of
information in files as mapped from the x.4.z GISB standards.
GISB FF/EDM is communicated between trading partners over the
Internet using the GISB Electronic Delivery Mechanism (EDM).
o The term "gross heating value", shall mean gross heating
value dry as determined by the total calorific (heating)
value, in British thermal units, Btu, of the amount of any
dry gas which would occupy a volume of one standard cubic
foot, based on 14.73 Psia and 60 degrees F. The total, or
gross, calorific value represents the Btus evolved by the
complete combustion, at constant pressure, of one standard
cubic foot of any dry gas with air, the temperature of the
gas, air, and products of combustion being 60 degrees F, and
all water formed by the combustion reaction being condensed
to the liquid state.