Wyoming Interstate Company, Ltd.
Second Revised Volume No. 2
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Effective Date: 04/12/2010, Docket: RP10-491-000, Status: Effective
Twelfth Revised Sheet No. 37C Twelfth Revised Sheet No. 37C
Superseding: Sub Eleventh Revised Sheet No. 37C
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. DEFINITIONS (Continued)
1.28 "Flow Path Secondary Capacity" shall mean the capacity status
assigned to that portion of a Transportation transaction for which
the Point of Receipt or the Point of Delivery lie outside the
Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path when at least some part of
such transaction passes through Shipper's Primary Receipt-to-
Delivery Flow Path. Additionally, the Flow Path Secondary priority
shall apply to any non-primary point that lies within Shipper's
Primary Receipt-to-Delivery Flow Path, and such point shall be
designated a Flow Path Secondary Point. Flow Path Secondary
Capacity is limited by the capacity entitlement of the underlying
Transportation Service Agreement on the Primary Receipt-to-Delivery
Flow Path Segment being used.
1.29 "Fuel Gas" shall mean the quantity of Gas which is required by
Transporter for transportation related purposes to accomplish the
Transportation Service for all Shippers.
1.30 "Gas" shall mean combustible hydrocarbon Gas.
1.31 "Gas Industry Standards Board" or "GISB" also known as "North
American Energy Standards Board" or "NAESB" shall mean that
accredited organization established to set standards for certain
natural Gas industry business practices and procedures.
1.32 "GISB or NAESB or NAESB WGQ Standards" and "GISB or NAESB or NAESB
WGQ Definitions" shall mean the standardized business practices,
procedures, criteria, and definition of terms which have been
adopted and published by the Wholesale Gas Quadrant of the North
American Energy Standards Board and which have been adopted by
reference by the FERC.