Ozark Gas Transmission System

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-179-004, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 7 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 7 : Superseded

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 7

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

2.7 "Dekatherm" (Dth) shall mean MMBtu and shall

be the standard units for purposes of

nominations, scheduling, confirmations,

allocations, invoicing and balancing.

The standard unit for Canada is Gigajoules.

For commercial purposes, the standard conversion

factor between dekatherms and Gigajoules

is 1.055056 Gigajoules per dekatherm. (For

reference, one dekatherm = 1,000,000 Btus; and

one Gigajoule = 1,000,000,000 joules.)

 

2.8 "Designated Site" shall mean Transporter's

and Customer's Internet Address or Fax

Number, as specified by the Customer.

 

2.9 "Designated Replacement Shipper" shall mean

the party identified by a Releasing Shipper

as the party who desires to acquire the firm

capacity sought to be released by the

Releasing Shipper in accordance with

Transporter's capacity release program.

 

2.10 "EDI" shall mean Electronic Data Interchange

in accordance with GISB Standards.

 

2.11 "Equivalent Quantities" shall mean the

thermal equivalent, in MMBtu's, of the volume

of natural gas delivered to Shipper by

Transporter at the Point 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.

 

2.12 "GISB Standards" shall mean those business

and electronic communication standards

promulgated by the Gas Industry Standards

Board (GISB) and adopted and codified by the

Commission in Section 284.10(b) of its

regulations.

 

2.13 "Heating Value" or "Heat Content" shall mean

the gross heating value per cubic foot of

natural gas at a temperature of sixty degrees

(60ø) Fahrenheit, at an absolute pressure of

fourteen and seventy-three hundredths (14.73)

pounds per square inch, and corrected from

the water vapor content of the natural gas

under testing conditions to the actual water

vapor content of the natural gas being

received or delivered; provided, however, if

the actual water vapor content of the natural

gas is not more than seven (7) pounds per

one thousand (1,000) Mcf, the natural gas

shall be assumed to be dry.