Exit Point definition

Exit Point means a border control post or any other place designated by a Member State where animals, falling within the scope of Regulation (EC) No 1/2005, leave the customs territory of the Union;
Exit Point means a connection at which electricity is more likely to be transferred from the electricity transmission network than to be transferred to the electricity transmission network;
Exit Point means any Connection Point which allows the redelivery of Natural Gas into the relevant AT System from the Transportation System (whether or not Natural Gas is physically flowing at that point at any given time);

Examples of Exit Point in a sentence

In respect of Measuring Equipment installed at an Exit Point, the relevant Meter Owner shall comply with the Metering Philosophy applicable to such Exit Point and shall install Measuring Equipment which is capable of generating Daily Meter Readings which can be obtained remotely (but not necessarily on a real time basis) or by extracting the data on site of such Measuring Equipment.

EXIT OF GASThe point where possession and control of gas returns to a Shipper at an Exit Point shall be identified by the Distributor in each GDA which identifies that Exit Point.

In respect of a Shared Exit Point, possession and control of gas shall, for the purposes of paragraph (c)(ii) above, be deemed to pass to the Shippers in such proportions as are consistent with Section 6.2.

Each Meter Owner shall ensure that a Daily Meter Reading at such Exit Point for each Day in a Month, m, is made available to the Distributor by the 7th Day of the Month, m + 1.

Subject to paragraph (c) below, a Shipper must not make a Nomination for an aggregate quantity of gas at an Exit Point in a Day in excess of the Reserved Firm Capacity as expressed in its GDA(s) at such Exit Point unless it identifies that its Nomination includes an application for an Authorised Capacity Overrun.

More Definitions of Exit Point

Exit Point means a single, indivisible (except as allowed under this applications and queuing policy) point, that for purposes under the access arrangement involving the transfer of electricity, is deemed to consist of a single attachment point, connected or to be connected to a user’s connection point, with a single meter (regardless of the actual configuration of network assets making up the entry point), at which electricity is more likely to be transferred out of the network than into the network.
Exit Point means the point at which Gassled will redeliver Gas to the Shipper. The Exit Points are further defined in the Transportation System Description.
Exit Point means any point within a market area where a Shipper can offtake gas from a Network Operator’s network for the purpose of supplying that gas to end users or injecting it into storage, or any point where gas may be transported across market area borders or national borders. Where several Exit Points on a transmission system have been combined to form a zone pursuant to section 11(2) of the Access Regulations, such group of Exit Points is also deemed to constitute an Exit Point within the meaning of this definition.
Exit Point means a stage in a course where a student may withdraw from a course and, having achieved the learning outcomes and fulfilled the requirements for an intermediate award, shall be conferred with that award;
Exit Point means a point at which electricity is drawn from the electricity transmission network or the electricity distribution network.
Exit Point means a LDM Exit Point or a TCDM Exit Point;
Exit Point means a point at which units, whether metered or unmetered, leave the licensee’s distribution system (and, for the avoidance of doubt, includes a point of connection to the licensee’s distribution system).