Gas Transmission Northwest Corp.

Third Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 07/30/2008, Docket: RP09-213-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 104 Third Revised Sheet No. 104

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 104

 

TRANSPORTATION GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

1. DEFINITIONS (Continued)

 

1.23 Extension Facilities: The term "Extension Facilities"

shall mean the 12-inch mains and appurtenant facilities

extending from GTN's mainline facilities at Milepost

304.25 and the 16-inch and 12-inch mains and appurtenant

facilities extending from GTN's Mainline Facilities

at Milepost 599.20 that were authorized in Docket

No. CP93-618-000. The term "Extension Facility" shall mean

one of the Extension Facilities.

 

1.24 Subject Shipper: The term "Subject Shipper" shall mean the

Shippers identified in Appendix G of the Stipulation and

Agreement in Docket No. RP94-149-000, et al., and Shippers

that have obtained service rights from such Shippers.

 

1.25 Nominations: A "Nomination" shall be the provision of

information to GTN necessary to effectuate a

transportation transaction. Specific Nomination procedures

are set forth in Section 19.4 of the General Terms and

Conditions of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff.

 

1.26 Intraday Nomination: An "Intraday Nomination" is a

Nomination submitted after the Nomination deadline whose

effective time is no earlier than the beginning of the Gas

Day and runs through the end of the Gas Day.

 

1.27 North American Energy Standards Board Standards: The term

"North American Energy Standards Board Standards" or "NAESB

Standards" shall mean the standardized business practices and

electronic communication practices promulgated by the North

American Energy Standards Board from time to time and

incorporated in the Code of Federal Regulations by the Federal

Energy Regulatory Commission.

 

1.28 Asset Manager: A party that agrees to manage gas supply and

delivery arrangements, including transportation and storage

capacity, for another party. The asset manager uses released

capacity to serve the gas supply requirements of the releasing

shipper and, when the capacity is not needed for that purpose,

uses the capacity to make releases or bundled sales to third

parties.