Midcoast Interstate Transmission, Inc.

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/1997, Docket: GT97- 71-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 73 First Revised Sheet No. 73 : Effective

Superseding: ORIGINAL SHEET NO. 73

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

Transporter shall be obligated to receive from Shipper at

a particular Receipt Point each billing day as such points

are defined herein below.

 

1.16 The term "scheduled daily delivery" shall mean, with

respect to transportation service, the quantity of natural

gas which during any one day Shipper requests Transporter

to deliver and that Transporter has scheduled and confirmed

to deliver to Shipper.

 

1.17 The term "transportation service" shall include

transportation, exchange, displacement or backhaul

service.

 

1.18 The term "Point(s) of Receipt" or "Receipt Point(s)" shall

mean that point on Transporter's system where Transporter

receives Shipper's gas for transportation by Transporter

for Shipper, or for Shipper's account.

 

1.19 The term "Point(s) of Delivery" or "Delivery Point(s)"

shall mean that point at the interconnection of the

facilities of Transporter and Shipper or Buyer at which the

gas leaves the outlet side of the measuring equipment or

mainline of Transporter and enters Shipper's or Buyer's

distribution or pipeline system or another agreed upon

point and shall also mean that point on Transporter's

system where Transporter delivers gas to Shipper or Buyer

that has also been transported by Transporter for Shipper

or Buyer, or for Shipper's or Buyer's account, as

applicable.

 

1.20 The term "equivalent quantity", unless otherwise stated in

the Transportation Contract, shall mean that during any

given period of time the quantities of gas delivered

hereunder at the Point(s) of Delivery shall be the thermal

equivalent of the quantities of gas received at the

Point(s) of Receipt for transportation less quantities of

gas for Transporter's system fuel and losses associated

with the transportation service.

 

1.21 The term "Winter Season" shall refer to the months of

November through March.