Midcoast Interstate Transmission, Inc.
Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 10/01/1997, Docket: GT97- 71-000, Status: Effective
Third Revised Sheet No. 74 Third Revised Sheet No. 74 : Effective
Superseding: SECOND REVISED SHEET NO. 74
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)
1.22 The term "Summer Season" shall refer to the months of April
1.23 The term "EBB" shall mean the electronic bulletin board or
computer information publication system established by
Transporter as more fully set forth in Section 34 of
Transporter's General Terms and Conditions.
1.24 The term "Releasing Shipper" shall mean any shipper that
releases capacity pursuant to the provisions of Section 3
of the General Terms and Conditions of Transporter's FERC
1.25 The term "Replacement Shipper" shall mean any person that
has executed a Released Transportation Service Contract in
the form beginning at Tariff Sheet No. 190 and purchases
released capacity pursuant to Section 3 of the General
Terms and Conditions of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff.
1.26 The term "Bidder" shall mean any person that submits a bid
for released transportation capacity pursuant to the terms
of Section 3 of the General Terms and Conditions of
Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff.
1.27 The term "Maximum Interruptible Quantity" or "MIQ" shall
mean the maximum quantity that a shipper may nominate under
its IT Contract.
1.28 The term "Implementation Date" shall mean September 1,
1993, or the first day of the first month that occurs at
least thirty days after the date of a final Commission
order approving the restructuring of services filed in FERC
Docket No. RS92-27. For purposes hereof, a Commission
order shall become final on the last date for filing a
request for rehearing when no such request has been filed
or, if requests for rehearing are filed, on the date of the
Commission's order denying all petitions for rehearing or
the date all petitions for rehearing are denied by
operation of law.
1.29 The term "OBA Party" shall mean any party that enters into
an Operational Balancing Agreement ("OBA").