Elba Express Company, L.L.C.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 03/01/2010, Docket: RP10-342-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 23 Original Sheet No. 23
(i) The quantity of gas scheduled by COMPANY for delivery to SHIPPER under Rate
(ii) The quantity of gas scheduled by COMPANY for delivery to SHIPPER under Rate
(l) Maximum Daily Receipt Quantity (MDRQ) - For each Primary Receipt Point, the maximum
quantity of gas which COMPANY is obligated to accept for transportation for
SHIPPER'S account on a primary firm basis. The MDRQ shall be specified on Exhibit
A, if applicable, to the Service Agreement between COMPANY and SHIPPER.
(m) Maximum Daily Delivery Quantity (MDDQ) - For each Primary Delivery Point, the
maximum quantity of gas which COMPANY is obligated to deliver for SHIPPER'S account
on a primary firm basis. The MDDQ shall be specified on Exhibit B to the Service
Agreement between COMPANY and SHIPPER.
(n) SoNet Premier - COMPANY'S electronic computer system as more specifically described
in Section 23 hereof. SoNet Premier is also referred to herein, from time to time,
as SoNet or Premier.
(o) Dekatherm (Dth) - The standard quantity for purposes of nominations, confirmation,
scheduling, invoicing, balancing and rates in the United States. One Dth is
equivalent to one MMBtu.
(p) Central Clock Time (CCT) - The time in the Central Time Zone, as adjusted for
Daylight Savings Time and Standard Time. Unless otherwise specified herein, all
times stated in this tariff are Central Clock Time. "Birmingham, Alabama, time"
shall mean Central Clock Time.
(q) Business Day - Monday through Friday, excluding Federal Banking holidays for
transactions in the United States.
(r) Critical notices - Those notices issued by COMPANY which contain information about
conditions that affect scheduling of service by COMPANY or adversely affect
scheduled gas flow.
(s) NAESB - North American Energy Standards Board.
(t) NAESB Standard - The standards issued by NAESB and incorporated by reference into
the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission regulations.
(u) Operational Flow Orders (OFO) - An order issued to alleviate conditions that, among
other things, threaten the safe operations or system integrity of COMPANY'S system
or is needed to maintain operations required to provide efficient and reliable firm
service. Whenever COMPANY experiences these conditions, any pertinent order shall
be referred to as an OFO. A list of COMPANY'S current types of OFOs is set forth
in Section 30 of these General Terms and Conditions.
(v) Ranked PDA - the predetermined allocation methodology used to allocate gas flow
among scheduled line item nominations at a point where the line item nomination
with the lowest rank value is allocated before the next sequentially higher-ranked
line item nomination.