TransColorado Gas Transmission Company
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 12/05/1996, Docket: CP90-1777-009, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 33 Original Sheet No. 33 : Superseded
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1.26 "Overrun gas" means those quantities of gas tendered for
transportation by Shipper on any day in excess of the currently
effective contract demand or daily quantity.
1.27 "Primary receipt and delivery point" means a receipt or delivery
point on TransColorado's system located within the path of service
for which the Shipper is paying and has contracted for firm
1.28 "Prospective firm shipper" means an entity that has submitted a
request for new or additional firm transportation service.
1.29 "Recallable capacity" means firm capacity that is released subject
to the releasing Shipper's right to recall capacity during the
term of the release.
1.30 "Receipt point" means a point where TransColorado receives gas
from or for the account of Shipper for transportation on the
1.31 "Releasing Shipper" means any Shipper holding firm capacity rights
under a transportation service agreement under Rate Schedule FT
that releases firm capacity.
1.32 "Replacement Shipper" means any Shipper that acquires firm
released capacity from a releasing Shipper.
1.33 "Request for service" means a written or electronic request for
initial service, additional receipt or delivery points or
additional volumes submitted by any party under Sections 4 or 5 of
the General Terms and Conditions.
1.34 "Shipper" means any party who (a) is receiving service in
accordance with an effective rate schedule under Original Volume
No. 1, (b) has executed a service agreement under any rate
schedule, or (c) has completed a request for service under Rate
Schedules FT or IT.
1.35 "System" means the pipeline, appurtenant facilities and any
compression and related facilities owned by TransColorado.
1.36 "Unaccounted-for gas" means that volume of gas which is the
difference between the sum of all input volumes of gas to the
system and the sum of all output volumes of