Arkansas Western Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-187-003, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 6 First Revised Sheet No. 6 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 6

 

2.7 "Dekatherm" ("Dth") shall mean the quantity of heat energy

which is one million Btus.

 

2.8 Demand Charge

 

a. "Maximum Demand Charge" shall be the highest applicable

dollar amount that Transporter is permitted to charge

the Shipper for each Dth of the Shipper's Maximum Daily

Quantity (MDQ) as specified in the executed FTS Service

Agreement.

 

b. "Minimum Demand Charge" shall be the lowest applicable

dollar amount that Transporter is permitted to charge

the Shipper for each Dth of the Shipper's MDQ as

specified in the executed FTS Service Agreement.

 

c. "Adjusted Demand Charge" shall be the dollar amount for

each Dth of the Shipper's MDQ, as specified by

Transporter in a notice to Shipper, which amount shall

be less than the Maximum Demand Charge but equal to or

greater than the Minimum Demand Charge.

 

2.9 "Equivalent Quantities" shall mean the thermal equivalent of

the volume of natural gas delivered to Shipper by Transporter

at the Point(s) of Delivery. Such volume is equal to the

volume of gas received from Shipper at the applicable Receipt

Point(s) less the Fuel Usage and Applicable Shrinkage set forth

in Transporter's Rate Schedules or Service Agreements. The

standard quantity for nominations, confirmation and scheduling

shall be dekatherms per gas day in the United States. The

standard for Canada should be Gigajoules per gas day. The

standard conversion factor between dekatherms and Gigajoules

should be 1.054615 Gigajoules per Dekatherm.

 

2.10 Input Quantities.

 

a. "Input Quantities" for each day at a Receipt Point shall

be the quantity of natural gas which is delivered to

Transporter at the Point(s) of Receipt by or on behalf

of Shipper, not to exceed the Maximum Input Quantity

for such Point(s) of Receipt, to be made available to or

on behalf of Shipper (subject to adjustment of the Fuel

Use and Applicable Shrinkage at Point(s) of Receipt).

 

b. "Maximum Input Quantity" for a Receipt Point shall be

the maximum quantity of natural gas per day which

Shipper is entitled to request Transporter to receive

at the Point(s) of Receipt to be made available to or