Venice Gathering System, L. L. C.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 09/01/2005, Docket: RP05-430-003, Status: Effective
Substitute Fifth Revised Sheet No. 52 Substitute Fifth Revised Sheet No. 52 : Effective
Superseding: Fifth Revised Sheet No. 52
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Matrix: The term used to describe the portion of the Content Area
of the browser display on the Customer Activities Web sites used
to display selected data entered on the Form and, when
appropriate, for data entry. The Matrix should be either the
lower portion of the Content Area (that area below the Form) or,
alternatively, a single page linked to the Form.
Maximum Daily Reservation Quantity: The maximum quantity of gas
that VGS is obligated to receive and/or deliver for the account of
Shipper as specified in Exhibit B of an executed Firm Service
Agreement between Shipper and VGS. The Maximum Daily Reservation
Quantity at Receipt Point(s) is equal to the Maximum Daily
Reservation Quantity for Delivery Points plus a percentage gross-
up to account for Unaccounted For Gas.
Maximum Daily Transportation Quantity: The maximum quantity of gas
that VGS is obligated to receive and deliver for the account of
Shipper as specified in Exhibit B of an executed Interruptible
service Agreement between Shipper and VGS. The Maximum Daily
Transportation Quantity at Receipt Points is equal to the Maximum
Daily Transportation Quantity for Delivery Points plus a
percentage gross-up to account for Unaccounted For Gas.
Month: The period beginning on the first day of a calendar month
and ending on the first day of the succeeding calendar month.
Monthly Allocation: The term used to describe the process where
the Allocating Party performs the allocation process at the end of
the monthly flow period.
Navigational Area: The term used to describe the area on the left
side of the browser display providing links to the Content Area
and other navigational links. A Navigational Area is not required
to be displayed on Customer Activities Web pages where data entry,
reporting or inquiry are displayed.
Netting: The term used to describe the process of resolving
imbalances for a Service Requester within and Operational Impact
Area. There are two types of Netting:
- summing is the accumulation of all imbalances above any
applicable tolerances for a Service Requester or agent,
- offsetting is the combination of positive or negative
imbalances above any applicable tolerances for a Service
Requester or agent.
New facilities: Those facilities on VGS' System that were not
included in the certificate filing in Docket CP97-533, et al, that
are necessary in order for VGS to provide the transportation
service(s) that a Shipper requests by use of the Service Request
Form (for example, a new Receipt and/or Delivery Point).