Rendezvous Pipeline Company, L.L.C.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 02/08/2007, Docket: RP07- 6-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 23 Original Sheet No. 23 : Pending



1.27 Receiving Pipeline: An entity that controls the

facilities into which Gas is delivered from

Transporter's System.


1.28 Service Requester: A Shipper or any other party that

requests transportation service pursuant to Section 22

of the General Terms and Conditions.


1.29 Scheduled Quantity: The quantity of Gas Transporter

has scheduled to transport from the Receipt Point to

the Delivery point for a defined period pursuant to an

executed Service Agreement.


1.30 Shipper: A party that has executed a Service Agreement

with Transporter under one of the Rate Schedules

contained in this Tariff.


1.31 System: Transporter's pipeline facilities, including

all ancillary facilities owned in whole or in part by

Transporter which are utilized to provide

jurisdictional transportation of Natural Gas.


1.32 Thermally Equivalent: An equal number of Dths. The

determination of Thermally Equivalent quantities will

be accomplished by multiplying the unit of measurement

by the Total Heating Value adjusted to the standard

conditions of the measured quantities.


1.33 Total Heating Value: The number of Btu's liberated by

the complete combustion of one Cubic Foot of Gas. The

average Total Heating Value in any Month will be the

volume weighted average of the Total Heating Values for

each Day during such Month, adjusted to reflect the

actual water vapor content of the Gas delivered.


1.34 Transporter: Rendezvous Pipeline Company, L.L.C.





2.1 Receipt Pressure. Gas shall be delivered to

Transporter at the Receipt Point(s) at a pressure

sufficient to allow the Gas to enter the Transporter's

System and to be delivered in Thermally Equivalent

volumes less FLUF Gas at the Delivery Point(s) but

shall not be delivered at pressures in excess of the

maximum allowable operating pressure ("MAOP") of

Transporter's System. Transporter's MAOP is 1,400

psig. Transporter is under no obligation to install

compression or modify its line pressures to permit the

entry of Shipper's Gas into Transporter's System.


2.2 Delivery Pressure. Transporter shall deliver Gas for

Shipper's account at the pressure as existing from time

to time in Transporter's System at the Delivery