Enbridge Pipelines (AlaTenn) L. L. C.
FOURTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1
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Effective Date: 10/11/2002, Docket: RP03- 40-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 170 Original Sheet No. 170 : Effective
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)
(7) Firm Service: Service from schedules or contracts
under which Seller is expressly obligated to deliver
specific volumes within a given time period and which
anticipates no interruptions, but which may permit
unexpected interruption in case the supply to higher
priority customers is threatened.
(8) Interruptible Service: Service from schedules or
contracts under which Seller is not expressly
obligated to deliver specific volumes within a given
time period, and which anticipates and permits
interruption on short notice, or service under
schedules or contracts which expressly or impliedly
require installation of alternate fuel capability.
(9) Plant Protection Gas: Is defined as minimum volumes
required to prevent physical harm to the plant
facilities or danger to plant personnel when such
protection cannot be afforded through the use of an
This includes the protection of such material in
process as would otherwise be destroyed, but shall not
include deliveries required to maintain plant
production. For the purposes of this definition,
propane and other gaseous fuels shall not be
considered alternate fuels.
(10) Feedstock Gas: Is defined as natural gas used as a
raw material for its chemical properties in creating
an end product.
(11) Process Gas: Is defined as gas use for which
alternate fuels are not technically feasible such as
in applications requiring precise temperature controls
and precise flame characteristics. For the purposes
of this definition, propane and other gaseous fuels
shall not be considered alternate fuels.
(12) Boiler Fuel: Is considered to be natural gas used as
a fuel for the generation of steam or electricity,
including the utilization of gas turbines for the
generation of electricity.
(13) Alternate Fuel Capabilities: Is defined as a
situation where an alternate fuel could have been