Canyon Creek Compression Company
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/01/1997, Docket: RP97- 66-006, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 102 Second Revised Sheet No. 102 : Effective
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 102
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Upon the mutual agreement of Canyon and Shipper, in lieu
of Canyon retaining gas in kind, Shipper shall reimburse Canyon for
Fuel Gas and Unaccounted For Gas at a mutually agreed upon price.
1.11 EXISTING SHIPPER
"Existing Shipper" shall mean those entities which have
an effective Contract Demand pursuant to the provisions of an
executed Agreement with Canyon; provided, however, that
Affiliate-Shippers shall be considered to be Existing Shippers upon
execution of an Agreement.
"FERC" or "Commission" shall mean the Federal Energy
Regulatory Commission or any federal commission, agency or other
governmental body or bodies succeeding to, lawfully exercising or
superseding any powers which are exercisable by the Federal Energy
1.13 FUEL GAS
"Fuel Gas" shall mean the thermal equivalent of that
volume of gas actually used by Canyon to effect the transportation
of Shipper's gas hereunder from the Receipt Points to the Delivery
Points, as determined by Canyon.
"Gas" shall mean combustible hydrocarbon gas.
1.15 HEATING VALUE
The term "heating value" shall mean the number of Btus
per cubic feet of gas at the base condition of 14.73 psia 60 degrees
Fahrenheit dry. The Btu value will be determined utilizing the
complete actual composition of the gas according to the methods in
GPA Standard 2172-96, titled "Calculation of Gross Heating Value,
Relative Density and Compressibility Factor for Natural Gas Mixtures
from Compositional Analysis," and corrected to the base conditions.
For reporting purposes, Btu conversion factors will be reported to
not less than three (3) decimal places and Pressure Base conversion
factors will be reported to not less than six (6) decimal places.
For calculation purposes, not less than six (6) decimal places will
be used for both conversion factors.