Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC
Second Revised Volume No. 1-D
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Effective Date: 12/28/1999, Docket: GT00- 19-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 5 Original Sheet No. 5 : Effective
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued
2.7 "Capacity" means the gas volume which any particular
segment of the Transporter's facilities can accommodate
based on Transporter's reasonable judgment.
2.8 "Company-used Gas" means the quantity of gas consumed by
the Transporter as fuel and for other purposes in its gas
operations, not including lost and unaccounted for gas.
2.9 "CT" means central o'clock time.
2.10 "Cubic Foot of Gas" is the amount of gas necessary to fill
a one cubic foot of space when the gas is at a temperature
of sixty (60) degrees Fahrenheit and under an absolute
pressure of fourteen and seventy-three hundredths (14.73)
pounds per square inch.
2.11 "Curtailment" is used interchangeably with the term
2.12 "Day" is a period of twenty-four (24) consecutive hours
beginning and ending at nine (9) a.m.(CT).
2.13 "FERC" or "Commission" means the Federal Energy Regulatory
Commission and any other governmental body or bodies
succeeding to, lawfully exercising, or superseding any
powers of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
2.14 "Gas" or "Natural Gas" is any mixture of hydrocarbons or of
hydrocarbons and non-combustible gas, in a gaseous state,
consisting essentially of methane; or all merchantable
gases that conform to the quality specifications set forth
in these General Terms and Conditions.
2.15 "Total Dry Heating Value" is the number of Btus produced by
complete combustion, at a constant pressure, of the amount
of gas which would occupy a volume of 1 cubic foot at a
temperature of 60 degrees Fahrenheit on a water-free basis
and at a pressure of 14.73 dry p.s.i.a. with air of the
same temperature and pressure as the gas, when the products
of combustion are cooled to the initial temperature of the
gas and air, and when the water formed by combustion has
condensed to the liquid state.