Fuel Supply. Seller shall supply all fuel required for the Power Product and any testing or demonstration of the Generating Facility.
Fuel Supply. 5.1 Certain Cost Allocations. 5.1.1 For payments under the UG-CSA, the CCBDA, the UG-CSA Termination Agreement and the CCBDA Termination Agreement, Sections 23.1 through 23.13 of the SJPPA (as those sections were in effect on March 23, 2006) will apply. 5.1.2 Sections 23.1 through 23.13 of the SJPPA (as those sections were in effect on March 23, 2006) will apply for allocation of any fuel-related payments (other than for coal) incurred through December 31, 2017 and chargeable to FERC Account 501, inc... 5.1.3 For payments arising under the CSA and the CCRDA, Sections 5.2 through 5.7 of this Restructuring Agreement will apply. 5.2 Supply of Coal to Exiting Participants and Remaining Participants. 5.3 Relinquishment of Coal Inventory. 5.3.1 M-S-R 32.22% 5.3.2 Anaheim 11.48% 5.3.3 SCPPA 47.08% 5.3.4 Tri-State 9.22% 5.4 Coal Supply for Exiting Participants. 5.5 Minimum Purchase Obligations. 5.6 Exiting Participant Dispatch Requirements; Invoicing. 5.7 Monthly Remaining Participant Coal Invoicing. 5.7.1 Pre-existing Stockpile Coal Tons. Pre-existing Stockpile Coal tons as invoiced by SJCC will be allocated by a Remaining Participant’s Common Participation Share as of the Effective Date and will be paid for by each Remaining Participant at the ... 5.7.2 Tier 1 Tons. Each year, PNM will develop a monthly Tier 1 Tonnage Allocation schedule with SJCC in the annual operating plan process as provided for in Section 7.2 of the CSA. With input from the Remaining Participants, PNM will develop a mont... 5.7.3 Tier 2 Tons. To the extent that a Remaining Participant’s Participant Coal Consumption in a month exceeds its Tier 1 Tonnage Allocation for such month, PNM will invoice such Remaining Participant such excess as Tier 2 Tons to be paid for at the... 5.7.4 Legacy Costs. Legacy Costs as invoiced monthly by SJCC will be allocated using a Remaining Participant’s Common Participation Share for that year. 5.7.5 Reclamation Bond Premium. Cost for SJCC’s reclamation bond premium invoiced through the CSA will be allocated using a Remaining Participant’s Common Participation Share for that year. 5.7.6 Weight-based Taxes. Weight-based taxes will be applied to the tonnages as invoiced by PNM to each Remaining Participant at the then-existing rates applicable to SJCC invoices. 5.7.7 Revenue-based Taxes and Royalties. Revenue-based taxes and royalties will be applied to the tonnages and total coal costs as invoiced by PNM to each Remaining Participant at the then-existing rates ap...
Fuel Supply. Owner shall arrange contractually for supply and transportation of Fuel to the Project and administer the invoicing, billing and payment for such Fuel, in a quantity and of a quality sufficient to enable Operator to perform the Services in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. Owner hereby designates Operator as its authorized agent to coordinate with the Energy Manager with respect to the scheduling of all Fuel deliveries to the Project.
Fuel Supply. Owner shall cause natural gas and fuel oil to be provided for use at the Facility, in such quantities as contemplated pursuant to the Project Agreements and as reasonably requested by Operator pursuant to Section 3.21. Owner shall be responsible for the placing of all natural gas and fuel oil contracts or agreements based on the information to be provided by Operator under this Agreement. Owner shall be responsible for making direct payment on invoices for natural gas and fuel oil to the applicable suppliers.
Fuel Supply. The amount and quality of natural gas which the Gas Supplier is obligated to deliver to the Facility pursuant to the Gas Supply Contract satisfy the requirements of Subsection 11.2 of the Power Purchase Agreement and are sufficient to permit the operation of the Facility in accordance with the obligations of the Partnership under the Power Purchase Agreement for a period of at least 15 years.
Fuel Supply a) Owner shall be responsible for contracting for natural gas supply and transportation and for supply and delivery of fuel oil. Operator shall be responsible for day to day communication and coordination with Owner's fuel supply and transportation Subcontractors. (b) Operator understands that the primary fuel for the Facility is to be natural gas supplied' under the Fuel Supply Agreements. Fuel oil shall be maintained at the Site for use when natural gas is unavailable. In the event natural gas is unavailable under Owner's Fuel Supply Agreements, Operator shall immediately notify Owner. Unless otherwise instructed by Owner, Operator shall use fuel oil as necessary to cause the continued operation of the Facility if natural gas is unavailable. (c) Operator shall monitor the fuel requirements of the Facility and Operator shall be responsible for keeping Owner informed that the supply of fuel available is adequate to operate the Facility at its optimal level. Operator shall promptly notify Owner of any use of fuel oil and arrange for deliveries of fuel oil necessary to maintain the Facility's oil storage capacity at the level required by Owner. (d) Operator shall be responsible for receiving the fuel oil supplied to the Facility and insuring that such deliveries are in compliance with Owner's purchase orders and applicable Laws. (e) For any period natural gas is unavailable for the supply of the Facility's total fuel requirements, Operator shall, if required by a Project Permit, notify the appropriate agency of the need to use oil as a fuel.
Fuel Supply. 7.1 Procurement of Fuel. KCPL shall procure, furnish, or cause to be furnished, the fuel supply for the Iatan Station, including Unit 2.7.2 Negotiation and Renegotiation of Contracts. KCPL shall have the right to negotiate, renegotiate or modify coal supply contracts, rail transportation and related (including but not limited to rail car supply and maintenance) contracts, and related Fuel Commodities supply contracts; and to settle disputes on all of the above.7.3 Ownership. Fuel for the Iatan Station shall be paid for and owned by each Owner in accordance with the Iatan Unit 2 Accounting Manual, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit J. Fuel shall include Fuel Commodities and costs included in the definition of Actual Fuel Costs.7.4 Fuel Supply Interruption. If an interruption in fuel supplies or fuel transportation materially impairs the Net Generation Output of Unit 1 and/or Unit 2, then the Operator is authorized to determine how to allocate fuel supplies between Unit 1 and Unit 2. If the Owners do not unanimously agree with such allocation at the time of such fuel supply or transportation interruption, any energy generated under such circumstances shall be allocated among the Owners in proportion to their respective Common Facilities Ownership Shares. The Owners will determine at such time how to allocate equitably among the Owners the operating, maintenance and other costs incurred during such fuel interruption operation.7.5 KCPL Fuel Transportation. To the extent KCPL uses rail transportation facilities (including KCPL’s or its affiliates’ facilities) for delivery of fuel to the Iatan Station Site, the costs thereof shall comply with Section 5.3(f).- 36 - 21266434\V-1
Fuel Supply. Each of the Owners shall supply its own natural gas for the operation of the Redbud Generating Facility and shall be solely responsible for paying the seller of such self-supplied natural gas directly for the cost thereof, provided that any Owner may elect to have the Operations Manager, acting as agent for such Owner, purchase natural gas for the account of such Owner, who shall be solely responsible for paying the seller of such natural gas directly for the cost thereof.