White River Hub, LLC
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/01/2008, Docket: RP08-645-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 51 Original Sheet No. 51
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The following General Terms and Conditions apply to transportation
services provided under this tariff.
1.1 Alternate delivery point means any point where gas is delivered
out of White River's system that is not listed as a primary delivery point in
Shipper's Rate Schedule FT or RGS transportation service agreement.
1.2 Alternate receipt point means any point where gas is received into
White River's system that is not listed as a primary receipt in Shipper's Rate
Schedule FT or RGS transportation service agreement.
1.3 Authorized overrun means that quantity of gas authorized by White
River in excess of the reserved capacity specified in the applicable
transportation service agreement.
1.4 Bidding period means that period of time that released firm
capacity is posted on White River's informational postings and Customer
Activities Web site during which shippers may bid for capacity.
1.5 Bidding shipper means any shipper that is qualified to bid for
capacity via White River's Customer Activities systems.
1.6 Btu means British thermal unit. That is the amount of heat
required to raise the temperature of one pound of water one degree from 59
degrees to 60 degrees Fahrenheit. MMBtu means 1,000,000 Btu's.
1.7 Capacity release means the release by a firm Shipper of its
1.8 Central Clock Time or CCT means central standard time when
daylight savings time is not in effect and central daylight time when daylight
savings time is in effect.
1.9 CHDP Limit means the temperature set forth in §13.2(a) at which
White River will accept all deliveries of natural gas provided that such gas
satisfies all other applicable provisions of White River's FERC Gas Tariff.
1.10 CHDP Operating Limit means the CHDP temperature that is at or
above the CHDP Limit that White River is willing to accept on a temporary
basis as operationally feasible given transitory operating conditions. In no
case will the CHDP Operating Limit be set lower that the CHDP Limit.