Delivery Volume definition

Delivery Volume shall have the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 5.B(1).
Delivery Volume has the meaning ascribed to it in Clause 5.3(a).
Delivery Volume means the total number of cubic feet of Gas measured at the Delivery Point in a given Month.

Examples of Delivery Volume in a sentence

  • Due to the parking Issue Ms. Lewis said 2 shuttle drivers were hired to shuttle people from Central Campus to Downtown Campus.

  • The Company will provide the Third Party Supplier with the Daily Delivery Volume by month in advance during the year.

  • In the event that, at any time, the sum of a Third Party Supplier’s cumulative imbalances, for non-Force Majeure reasons and for the time period which the Company has not yet received payment (including period since last bill), are under-deliveries that exceed three (3) times the Daily Delivery Volume, the Company will notify the Third Party Supplier.

  • If the Third Party Supplier fails to deliver the Daily Delivery Volume, the Third Party Supplier will be billed at the applicable “Delivery Shortfall” charge in effect.

  • If such under-deliveries exceed five (5) times the Daily Delivery Volume, the Third Party Supplier will have four (4) business days to post and maintain for a one (1) year period a cash deposit or letter of credit in an amount equal to two (2) times that otherwise required pursuant to the Conditions Precedent of this Service Classification.

  • The Company will select the time period to net any imbalances with the monthly Minimum Daily Delivery Volume.

  • The Customer may apply to reduce or increase the Customer’s Maximum Delivery Volume for a period within a single Water Year.

  • IT Service: The monthly commodity charge shall be the product obtained by multiplying the applicable Delivery Volume for the Month by the above commodity rate.

  • In that regard, the Company may monitor the NGS’s aggregate maximum Required Delivery Volume for the Customers it represents on a monthly basis to ensure that adequate financial security is in place at all times.

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More Definitions of Delivery Volume

Delivery Volume means the daily volume of Gas scheduled and confirmed at the Points of Receipt less Shrinkage by or on behalf of Customer.
Delivery Volume means the volume of Gas actually nominated and confirmed at the Delivery Point(s) by or on behalf of the Customer.

Related to Delivery Volume

  • Delivery Point means the point(s) of connection(s) at which energy is delivered into the Grid System i.e. the Interconnection Point.

  • Delivery Points means: (i) for natural gas transported by interstate pipelines, the city gate stations of your Utility, and (ii) for electricity, one or more points at which Company, as your agent, has arranged for the delivery of electricity to a third party (such as your Utility) for your account or at your premises.

  • Delivery Year means the Planning Period for which a Capacity Resource is committed pursuant to the auction procedures specified in Tariff, Attachment DD, or pursuant to an FRR Capacity Plan under Reliability Assurance Agreement, Schedule 8.1.

  • Delivery Day means a day other than a Saturday, a Sunday or any other day on which national banking associations are authorized to be closed. Any party may change its address for purposes of the receipt of notices and demands by giving notice of the change in the manner provided in this provision.

  • Type B quantity means a quantity of radioactive material greater than a Type A quantity.

  • Type A quantity means a quantity of radioactive material, the aggregate radioactivity of which does not exceed A1 for special form radioactive material or A2 for normal form radio- active material, where A1 and A2 are given in Appendix O or may be determined by procedures described in Appendix O.

  • Required Quantity in a unit price Contract shall mean the actual quantity of any item of Work or materials which is required to be performed or furnished in order to comply with the Contract.

  • Delivery Location means the Supplier's premises or other location where the Goods are to be supplied, as set out in the Order;

  • Delivery Time means the time for Delivery stated in the Purchase Order.

  • PJM Region Peak Load Forecast means the peak load forecast used by the Office of the Interconnection in determining the PJM Region Reliability Requirement, and shall be determined on both a preliminary and final basis as set forth in Tariff, Attachment DD, section 5.

  • Crude Oil means any liquid hydrocarbon mixture occurring naturally in the earth whether or not treated to render it suitable for transportation and includes: