Northwest Pipeline Corporation G P
Fourth Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/01/2009, Docket: RP09-1056-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 202A First Revised Sheet No. 202A
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 202A
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)
1. DEFINITIONS (Continued)
1.14 Electronic Data Interchange (EDI): The transfer of information
between Transporter's and Service Requester's Designated Sites using
NAESB approved standard data sets developed and maintained by the
American National Standards Institute's (ANSI) Accredited Standards
Committee X12 (ASC X12). EDI data exchange is governed by an executed
Trading Partner Agreement between Transporter and Service Requester.
1.15 Firm Service: Transportation or Storage service which is defined
as firm in the Rate Schedule in Transporter's Tariff applicable to such
Shipper's Executed Firm Service Agreement. Firm Service for
Transportation can yield Primary Firm Service Rights or Secondary Firm
1.16 Electronic Delivery Mechanism (EDM): The computer technology
model which allows all parties sending and receiving data to accept a
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) using Point to
Point Protocol (PPP) connection. At a minimum, sending and receiving
parties should designate an Internet address as a Designated Site for
the receipt and delivery of NAESB standardized data sets.
1.17 End Date: The Gas Day specified by Service Requester when a
transaction is to end.
1.18 Gas Day: A period of twenty-four (24) consecutive hours
beginning and ending as near as practicable at nine o'clock (9 a.m.)
Central Clock Time (8 a.m. Mountain Clock Time). Per NAESB WGQ Standard
1.3.1, "Standard time for the gas day should be 9 a.m. to 9 a.m.
(central clock time)." Reference to a specific day shall mean the
twenty-four hours starting at 9 a.m. Central Clock Time (8 a.m. Mountain
Clock Time) of that calendar day.
1.19 Gas or Natural Gas: Any mixture of hydrocarbons or of
hydrocarbons and non-combustible gases, in a gaseous state, consisting
essentially of methane. Such gas may be either in its natural state
produced from wells, including casinghead and residue gas, or after
manufacture or other methods of producing synthetic gas.