Delivery Pressure definition

Delivery Pressure means the setting of the active pressure regulator in the working pressure control stream at a Delivery Point; OBA Charges has the meaning set out in section 11.10;
Delivery Pressure has the meaning set out in Article 14.1.
Delivery Pressure means the pressure of the Gas at the Delivery Point specified by the Transporter as of the Effective Date at a pressure sufficient to allow Natural Gas Properly Nominated by Buyer to enter the Downstream System, but shall not exceed a Gauge maximum pressure of eighty (80) Bar.

Examples of Delivery Pressure in a sentence

  • Elevated Delivery Pressure - A Con Edison delivery pressure greater than 7″ WC (¼ psig) used by customer equipment.


More Definitions of Delivery Pressure

Delivery Pressure means the setting of the active pressure regulator in the working pressure control stream at a Delivery Point; Nominated Quantity and Nominated Quantities mean, in respect of a Day and a Receipt Point, the quantity of Gas that a Shipper (or Shippers) request the Interconnected Party, where it is an OBA Party, to take from First GasPipeline from that Shipper (or those Shippers):
Delivery Pressure means the pressure, between a maximum and minimum pressure Published by the Distributor, at which the gas is taken, or made available to be taken by the Consumer, at the outlet of any CIV;
Delivery Pressure means Gas pressure at the outlet of the Network, notionally the ICP; “Direct Damage” has the meaning given to it in Clause 27.2;
Delivery Pressure means a minimum pressure delivered to the customer,
Delivery Pressure means the setting of the active pressure regulator in the working pressure control stream at a Delivery Point; OBA Party means, for any Delivery Point at which an Operational Balancing Agreement applies, the Interconnected Party;
Delivery Pressure means the pressure of CBM delivered by Seller to Buyer at the Delivery Point, with the measurement unit of Megapascal (MPa for short), the Delivery Point Pressure is the surface pressure.