Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1997, Docket: RP97- 3-008, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 435 Second Revised Sheet No. 435 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 435

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

1.35 The term "Replacement Customer" shall mean any entity which

submitted a bid pursuant to Section 3.13 of the General Terms and

Conditions or executing a Capacity Release Umbrella Agreement with Pipeline

to participate in Section 3.14 of the General Terms and Conditions.

 

1.36 The term "short-term service agreement" shall mean a service

agreement containing a primary term of less than one (1) year from the

effective date of the service agreement.

 

1.37 The term "Southern Route Summer Capacity Factor" as used in the

FTS-4 and FTS-5 Service Agreements shall be equal to .9589 during the

period beginning April 1 of each calendar year and continuing through

November 14 of that year for quantities of gas received at the Station 23

(Chambersburg) Point of Receipt for Customer's account.

 

1.38 The term "Storage Inventory" shall mean the quantity of gas in

storage for Customer's account at any given time, up to Customer's MSQ,

pursuant to the applicable rate schedule and executed service agreement.

 

1.39 The term "Summer Season" as used in Rate Schedule PTI shall mean

the period from May 1 through October 31 of any calendar year.

 

1.40 The term "Suspense Gas" shall mean any quantity of gas received

by Pipeline at a Point of Receipt which Pipeline cannot identify under an

existing service agreement with Pipeline.

 

1.41 The term "Systematic Rescheduling" shall identify the procedure

by which the allocation of capacity between all Customers' rate schedules

and contracts is revised in accordance with service priority as a result of

a change in nomination by one or more Customers. The procedure includes,

but is not limited to, (1) identifying affected Customers and contracts,

(2) recalculating Customer service levels, (3) providing notice of economic

dispatch bid-up requirements and receiving Customer response, (4)

calculating individual Customer and aggregate Customer flows at each

affected Receipt and Delivery Point, (5) confirming revised volumes with

each Customer and Receipt or Delivery Point operator, and (6) revising

predetermined allocations at each Receipt and Delivery Point.

 

1.42 The term "Total Heating Value" shall mean the number of British

Thermal Units generated by the complete combustion with air, at constant

pressure, of one anhydrous (dry) cubic foot of gas under a pressure of

14.73 psia and a temperature of 60o Fahrenheit and when the products of

combustion are cooled to the initial temperature of the gas and air, and

the water formed by combustion is condensed to the liquid state.

 

1.43 The term "Transportation Path" for purposes of Rate Schedules

CDS, FT-1 and SCT shall mean the maximum capacity reserved, first across

zones and then within zones, which shall be based on Customer's access to

natural gas from Point(s) of Receipt in Pipeline's various zones for

redelivery to the various Point(s) of Delivery in Pipeline's zones.

 

1.44 The term "Transportation Path Quantity" for purposes of Rate

Schedules CDS, FT-1 and SCT shall mean the quantity associated with a

particular Transportation Path as set forth on Exhibit A of the executed

CDS, FT-1 or SCT Service Agreement.