Vector Pipeline L.P.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2010, Docket: RP10-678-000, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 106 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 106

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 106

 

27. "Management of Balancing Agreement" means an agreement pursuant to

which Transporter is obligated to provide management of balancing

service to a Balancing Provider.

 

28. "Market Point", in connection with Rate Schedule MBA, is defined

as the delivery point(s) that are being balanced by a Balancing

Provider on behalf of a Balancing Customer.

 

29. "Maximum Daily Quantity" or "MDQ" is the maximum daily quantity of

Gas Transporter shall receive or deliver at each Receipt or

Delivery Point in accordance with the terms of an effective

service agreement.

 

30. "Mcf" means one thousand (1,000) Cubic Feet.

 

31. "MMcf" means one million (1,000,000) Cubic Feet.

 

32. "Month" means the period from 9:00 am CCT on the first Day of the

calendar month and ending at 9:00 am CCT on the first Day of the

next succeeding calendar month.

 

33. "NAESB" means the North American Energy Standards Board.

 

34. "NAESB Standards" means any and all such standards, and references

the latest set of standards issued by NAESB and adopted by the

Commission.

 

35. "Negotiated Rate" means a rate or rate formula for computing a

rate for service under a single rate schedule under which, for

some portion of the contract term, one or more of the individual

rate components may exceed the maximum charge, or be less than the

minimum charge, for such component of the applicable tariff rate

as set forth on Transporter's Statement of Rates and Charges. A

Negotiated Rate must be mutually agreed upon by Transporter and

Shipper, and may be based on a rate design other than straight

fixed variable.

 

36. "Operational Balancing Agreement" or "OBA" is a contract between

parties which specifies the procedures to manage operating

variances at an interconnect.

 

37. "Operational Flow Order" or "OFO" is an order issued to alleviate

conditions, inter alia, which threaten or could threaten the safe

operation or system integrity of Transporter's system, or to

maintain operations required to provide efficient and reliable

firm service. Whenever Transporter experiences such conditions,

any pertinent order should be referred to as an Operational Flow

Order.