Mogas Pipeline LLC (Fomerly Missouri Interstate Gas)

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2008, Docket: CP06-407-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 51 Original Sheet No. 51 : Pending






2. Definitions (continued)


2.8 "Cubic Foot of Gas" means the amount of gas necessary to

fill a cubic foot of space when the gas is at a temperature of

sixty (60) degrees Fahrenheit and under an absolute pressure of

fourteen and seventy-three hundredths (14.73) pounds per square



2.9 "Gas Day" means the 24 hours between 9 a.m. (central

clock time) one day and 9 a.m. the following day.


2.10 "Daily Metering" means the Shipper, if directed by the

Transporter, shall read the Transporter's gas meter each day at

the time specified by the Service Agreement and report such

reading to the Transporter.


2.11 "Dekatherm" or "Dth" means the quantity of gas

containing one million (1,000,000) BTUs.


2.12 "Delivery Point" means the point at which the gas leaves

the outlet side of Transporter's facility and enters the facility

of another party, or other agreed upon point.


2.13 "E-Mail" shall mean electronic mail.


2.14 "FERC" means the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.


2.15 "Fuel and Gas Loss Retention Quantity" is that portion

of Shipper's natural gas received by Transporter for

transportation hereunder which is retained by Transporter as

compensation for company-used gas and lost and unaccounted-for

gas. The Fuel and Gas Loss Retention Quantity is stated as a

percentage of the actual quantity of natural gas received by

Transporter from Shipper at Receipt Point(s). Title to Fuel

Reimbursement Quantity shall rest in Transporter upon receipt at

the Receipt Point(s) at no cost, and free and clear of all

adverse claims.


2.16 "Gas" or "Natural Gas" is any mixture of hydrocarbons or

of hydrocarbons and non-combustible gas, in a gaseous state,

consisting essentially of methane.


2.17 The term "NAESB Standards" shall mean those standards

relating to business practices and electronic communications

promulgated by the National Energy Standards Board ("NAESB"), as

adopted and codified by the Commission in its regulations.


2.18 "Gross Dry Heating Value" is the number of BTUs produced

by complete combustion, at a constant pressure, of the amount of

gas which would occupy a volume of 1 cubic foot at a temperature

of 60 degrees Fahrenheit on a water-free basis and at a pressure

of 14.73 p.s.i.a. with air of the same temperature and pressure

as the gas, when the products of combustion are cooled to the

initial temperature of the gas and air, and when the water formed

by combustion has condensed to the liquid state.