Natural Gas. 21.1 Subject to Article 21.2, the Indian domestic market shall have the first call on the utilisation of Natural Gas discovered and produced from the Contract Area. Accordingly, any proposal by the Contractor relating to Discovery and production of Natural Gas from the Contract Area shall be made in the context of the Government’s policy for the utilisation of Natural Gas and shall take into account the objectives of the Government to develop its resources in the most efficient manner and to promote conservation measures.
Natural Gas. 23.1 If the Contractor discovers a commercially viable quantity of Natural Gas, the Contractor shall have the right to develop, commercialize, recover the costs and share in the profits of a development of such Natural Gas under this Contract on terms to be mutually agreed. Such terms when agreed shall become an integral part of this Contract.
Natural Gas. 6.3.1 Any Natural Gas produced from the Contract Area to the extent not to be used in Petroleum Operations hereunder, including for effectuating the maximum recovery of Petroleum by secondary recovery, re-pressuring and recycling operations, may be flared if the processing and utilization thereof is not economical.
Natural Gas. The production of the first 300 million cubic meters from an Exploitation Concession is exempt from the payment of royalty. Any production in excess of 300 million cubic meters from an Exploitation Concession shall be subject to royalty at the rate of five percent (5%).
Natural Gas. Refinery Company is a party to a “Sales and Transportation Service Agreement” dated August 27, 1992 with United Cities Gas Company (now Atmos Energy), and the City of Coffeyville (“Gas Contract”) pursuant to which natural gas is transported to the Refinery and the Fertilizer Plant. Refinery Company will nominate and purchase natural gas transportation and natural gas supplies for the Fertilizer Company and Fertilizer Company agrees to coordinate with Refinery Company with respect to such nominations and to provide Refinery Company timely information regarding Fertilizer Company’s requirements for natural gas transportation and natural gas supplies. Refinery Company shall provide Fertilizer Company with an invoice for natural gas supply and transportation services received by Fertilizer Company promptly following Refinery Company’s receipt of invoices from Atmos Energy (or Refinery Company’s then-current natural gas transportation provider(s)), any relevant interstate natural gas pipeline and the then current natural gas supplier(s). At the request of either Fertilizer Company or Refinery Company, the Parties agree to use their commercially reasonable efforts to (i) add Fertilizer Company as a party to the Gas Contract or to reach some other mutually acceptable accommodation with Atmos (including, but not limited to separate natural gas transportation agreements) whereby both Refinery Company and Fertilizer Company would each be able to receive, on an individual basis, natural gas transportation service from Atmos on similar terms and conditions as are currently set forth in the Gas Contract; and (ii) separate natural gas purchasing so that the Refinery Company and Fertilizer Company would each purchase for their own account the natural gas supplies to be delivered to the Refinery and Fertilizer Plant respectively.
Natural Gas. (i) Natural gas delivered for use in the Unit shall be metered on a continuous real-time basis by Utility’s Gas Metering Equipment. Measurement of natural gas for the purpose of determining inputs to the Variable Fuel Cost, BTGP and the AHR of the Unit shall be measured by the Gas Metering Equipment. Measurement of natural gas for the purpose of determining the amount of gas delivered by the gas transporter and for determining imbalances, and other charges that are assessed by the gas transporter or gas supplier will be measured by the Gas Metering Equipment.