Forecasting Sample Clauses

Forecasting. Seller shall Forecast in accordance with the provisions of Exhibit D. Seller shall use commercially reasonable efforts to Operate the Generating Facility so that the available capacity or electric energy from the Generating Facility conforms with Forecasts provided in accordance with Exhibit D.
Forecasting. Manager and Sprint PCS will work cooperatively to generate mutually acceptable forecasts of important business metrics including traffic volumes, handset sales, subscribers and Collected Revenues for the Sprint PCS Products and Services. The forecasts are for planning purposes only and do not constitute Manager's obligation to meet the quantities forecast.
Forecasting. (a) Seller shall cause the Forecaster to provide (at Seller’s sole expense) to Buyer a generation forecast for the Generating Facility for the immediately succeeding Day in intervals corresponding to the MISO Settlement Intervals for the MISO Market that has the shortest MISO Settlement Intervals (each a “Generation Forecast”), setting forth, with respect to each such interval, (i) the forecasted amount of Delivered Energy during such interval and (ii) if such forecasted amount is less than the maximum Contract Energy that could be generated by the Generating Facility at such time as a result of (A) any curtailment pursuant to Section 7.4, (B) a Reliability Curtailment, (C) the limit of the Maximum Delivered Contract Energy or (D) any other cause, the amount and cause of such limitation. The forecasted amounts of Delivered Energy and any limitation amounts set forth in each Generation Forecast in respect of any interval shall be the Forecaster’s reasonable best estimate of the amount of the Delivered Energy during such interval. Seller shall cause the Forecaster to prepare all such estimates in good faith and following Accepted Industry Practices, including taking into account the operating condition of the Generating Facility, auxiliary load(s), insolation, temperature and relative humidity conditions, losses, availability of and other circumstances relating to electric transmission and other relevant factors at such time. Seller acknowledges and agrees that the amount of the Annual Guaranteed Energy Quantity, Minimum Two Consecutive Contract Year Energy Quantity and Minimum Three Contract Year Energy Quantity shall not act as a cap on or otherwise affect Seller’s estimation of the amount of forecasted Delivered Energy at any time. Seller acknowledges and agrees that at no time during the Delivery Term may the Delivered Energy ever exceed the Maximum Delivered Contract Energy, and Seller shall operate the Generating Facility accordingly.
Forecasting. No later than the[***] day of each [***], Customer shall supply Lonza with a written forecast showing Customer’s good faith estimated [***] requirements for Batches for the following [***] month period (the “Forecast”). No later than [***] following Lonza’s receipt of a Forecast, Lonza shall provide written notice to Customer of [***] and shall provide Customer with an estimated production schedule showing the estimated Commencement Date and delivery date of each Batch. The forecast and [***] given in this Section 6.1 shall not be binding on Customer or Lonza.
Forecasting. Seller shall Forecast or cause to be Forecasted the available capacity, in MWs, of the Generating Facility, in accordance with the provisions of Exhibit Q.
Forecasting. 6.1 Each Party shall provide to the other (unless otherwise agreed), quarterly estimates of the total traffic for the next year (specifying total minutes, number of calls and seven day profile) which it could convey to the other.
Forecasting. Carrier agrees to provide an initial forecast for establishing the initial Interconnection Facilities. Subsequent forecasts shall be provided on a semi-annual basis, not later than January 1 and July 1 in order to be considered in the semi-annual publication of the SBC forecast. These non-binding forecasts should include yearly forecasted Trunk quantities for all appropriate Trunk Groups described in this agreement for a minimum of three years. When the forecast is submitted, the Parties agree to meet and review the forecast submitted by SPCS. As part of the review process, SBC- 13STATE will share any network plans or changes with SPCS that would impact the submitted forecast. Parties agree to the use current Industry Standards.
Forecasting. Either Party shall, at the request of the other Party, participate in joint planning sessions at quarterly intervals. The Paging Provider shall complete the appropriate POC Forecast Form(s) attached as Appendix B, for each POC and for each different equipment interface within each POC. Although Paging Provider is required to complete a POC Forecast form(s), such forecasts are not deemed to be orders for or reservation of Qwest telecommunications services. Qwest may use Paging Provider’s forecasts and any other sources of data which Qwest independently selects and obtains to help determine the design and configuration of Type 1 and Type 2 Paging Connection Service. Information included in the POC forecast form is for Qwest’s planning purposes only. Paging Provider must complete the first POC Forecast form(s) prior to execution of this Agreement. Thereafter, Paging Provider must complete and send Qwest updated POC Forecast form(s) quarterly. If Qwest does not receive an updated form with a new forecast each quarter, then Qwest will rely on the last form received.
Forecasting. Prior to the start of the transmission as laid down herein, the Network User shall submit to the Transmission System Operator an annual forecast of natural gas quantities that will be transmitted by the Transmission System Operator for the needs of the Network User and are listed in Annex 2. The Network User shall ensure that the weekly and daily nominations of natural gas quantities for the booked exit capacity at the border exit point are forwarded to the Transmission System Operator in compliance with the requirements of the System operating instructions for natural gas transmission, which enables the Transmission System Operator to duly carry out the process of comparing and harmonising the quantities with neighbouring transmission system operators. Any deficits or surplus of quantities shall be covered or taken over by the Transmission System Operator in so far as technical capacities allow and by charging these services to the Network User in accordance with the Rules for the functioning of the balancing market of natural gas and the Rules for calculating deviations of the intake and offtake of natural gas. In the manner and in the period determined by applicable regulations, the Network User shall inform the Transmission System Operator of a potential replacement of the balance group developer specified in Article 1 hereof, for the offtake point to which this Transmission Agreement relates.
Forecasting. Forecasts shall be provided via the Contractor Integrated Technical Information Service (CITIS) network and shall reflect Buyer’s estimated consumption on a monthly basis and will be updated on a weekly basis. The actual consumption may vary. It is mutually agreed that forecasts are for informational/planning purposes only. Buyer’s failure to order goods according to any forecast shall not constitute the basis for an equitable price adjustment, claim or damages of any kind whatsoever. Actual shipments are to be based on the Min/Max Inventory Worksheet. Seller is not authorized to proceed on quantities in the forecast that exceed the total quantity on open purchase contract/orders to the Seller unless authorized in writing by the authorized Buyer purchasing representative. Seller bears all risk for goods produced in excess of the remaining items to be delivered under purchase contract/orders issued pursuant to this Agreement, including but not limited to, all costs and expenses relative thereto. Items classified as “active” may, from time to time, fail to appear in a forecast or may show unexpected quantity changes. This may reflect engineering, spares, or other activity on a particular part or family of parts. Failure of an item to appear on the forecast shall not be interpreted by the Seller as an indication that it is inactive. Seller shall revert to the latest active forecast for planning purposes. Seller shall notify Buyer of forecast anomalies for determination and disposition.