Texas Gas Transmission, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/08/2010, Docket: RP10-366-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 1403 Second Revised Sheet No. 1403

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 1403

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Section 2

(Cont'd)

 

 

The term "Nominated Daily Quantity-SNS" shall mean that portion of Customer's Contract

Demand for which Customer has nominated supplies into Texas Gas' system under the SNS

Rate Schedule.

 

The term "Nominated Daily Quantity-WNS" shall mean that portion of Customer's Contract

Demand for which Customer has nominated supplies into Texas Gas' system under the WNS

Rate Schedule.

 

The term "Operational Balancing Agreement" (OBA) is an agreement whereby a party whose

facilities interconnect with Texas Gas takes responsibility for any difference between

nominations and actual physical flow at his interconnect with Texas Gas. OBA's are a

form of PDA's.

 

The term "Operational Flow Order" (OFO) shall mean the verbal and/or written

communication (e.g. Internet Website) Texas Gas shall utilize to inform Customers of

necessary actions to preserve and protect the security and integrity of the pipeline

system.

 

The term "Original Customer" shall mean the customer submitting an original Request for

Service, which initiates an auction or bidding process.

 

The term "Point of Unbundling" shall mean the initial receipt point into the Texas Gas

Pipeline system or into any of the firm capacity on upstream interstate pipelines which

has been retained as an extension of the Texas Gas pipeline system pursuant to Section

25.8 of these General Terms and Conditions.

 

The term "Pooling Point" shall mean a "paper" point of transfer whereby suppliers can

aggregate gas supplies for delivery to their downstream markets. Gas Purchases and Sales

can occur at a paper pooling point. Such point may also be referred to as a Pooling

Receipt Point or Pooling Delivery Point as appropriate.

 

The term "Predetermined Allocation" or "PDA" is a pre-agreed allocation of gas volumes at

receipt and delivery points. Existence of PDA's allows all gas volumes to be allocated

daily to transportation customers.

 

The term "psia" shall mean pounds per square inch absolute.

 

The term "psig" shall mean pounds per square inch gauge.

 

The term "PVR" is the abbreviation employed to denote Plant Volume Reduction. The PVR is

the total of the MMBtus removed and deducted from the gas stream from the time the gas

enters a processing plant until it leaves the plant. The reduction in MMBtus includes

total plant products removed, pro rata share of plant fuel and other uses and pro rata

share of incidental plant losses.

 

The term "quantity of gas" shall mean the number of units of gas expressed in MMBtu

unless otherwise specified.

 

The term "Request for Service" shall mean any request for transportation or storage

service, including requests for new service and requests for changes to existing service.

 

The term "Seasonal Quantity Entitlement" shall mean the maximum quantity of gas which

Transporter is obligated to deliver to Customer during the period April 1 through October

31 (summer season) and during the period November 1 through March 31 (winter season).

 

The term "SGL" or "SGL service" shall refer to the no-notice transportation provided by

Texas Gas under the SGL Rate Schedule.

 

The term "SGT" or "SGT service" shall refer to the no-notice transportation provided by

Texas Gas under the SGT Rate Schedule.