Venice Gathering System, L. L. C.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 10/01/2002, Docket: RP02-417-001, Status: Effective
Fourth Revised Sheet No. 47 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 47 : Effective
Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 47
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The following terms, when used in this FERC Gas Tariff, these General Terms
and Conditions, or in any Service Agreement executed for service under a Rate
Schedule contained in this FERC Gas Tariff, shall have the following meanings:
Account Holder: The party using the services of a Title Transfer
Tracking Service Provider (TTTSP) under a contract or other
arrangement with that TTTSP.
Available Capacity: The quantitative ability of VGS' existing
system to provide gas transportation service up to its
certificated quantity. The ability of VGS' System to provide gas
transportation service may be limited by changes in prevailing
operating pressures, temperatures, gas flow rates and gas flow
directions within any portion(s) of VGS' System, including any
receipt point(s) or the delivery point; physical capacity
limitations of compressors, regulators, valves, pipelines or
pipeline segments, measuring facilities or appurtenances to VGS'
System; necessary testing, maintenance, repair, overhaul,
alteration, modification, replacement, enlargement, or
construction of pipelines, compressors, metering, regulating, and
other gathering facilities and equipment appurtenant to VGS'
Authorized Overrun: A nomination in excess of a Shipper's Maximum
Daily Reservation Quantity that has been accepted, confirmed and
scheduled by VGS.
Batch Flat File: The term used within GISB FF/EDM to describe the
transfer of flat files using an interactive browser.
Btu: British thermal unit and is equal to the quantity of heat
required to raise the temperature of one (1) pound avoirdupois of
pure water from fifty-eight and five tenths degrees Fahrenheit
(58.5ºF) to fifty-nine and five tenths degrees Fahrenheit (59.5ºF)
at an absolute pressure of fourteen and seventy-three hundredths
pounds per square inch (14.73 psia). The standard Btu is the
International Btu, which is also called the Btu(IT). The
International Btu is specified for use in the gas measurement
standards of the American Gas Association, the American
Petroleum Institute, the Gas Processors Association and the
American Society of Testing Materials.