Firm Gas definition

Firm Gas means the amount of gas designated as such in a written contract between KUB and the Customer; Firm Gas is not subject to interruption or curtailment except for emergency or other causes as provided for in KUB’s Rules and Regulations.
Firm Gas means that gas not subject to interruption or curtailment except for emergency or oth- er causes as provided in the Rules and Regulations of Gibson County Utility District.
Firm Gas is defined in Section 2.1.

Examples of Firm Gas in a sentence

  • The first gas delivered to the Customer on a daily basis under Rate Schedule G-11 shall be considered Firm Gas up to the daily quantity contracted for as Firm Gas by the Customer.

  • Purchased Gas Adjustment The Firm Gas Charge shall be subject to KUB’s Purchased Gas Adjustment.

  • Determination of Demand Demand shall be the daily quantity of gas contracted for as Firm Gas by the Customer.

  • Even though KUB may have acquired supplemental gas for the account of a customer under Rate Schedule G-7 this service may be interrupted to the extent necessary to provide service to KUB’s Firm Gas customers.

  • Gas taken by a Buyer of "Firm Gas" on any day, without Seller's advance approval, which exceeds Buyer's Maximum Daily Quantity shall be considered to be Unauthorized Overrun Gas.

  • Even though KUB may have acquired Supplemental Gas for the account of a Customer under Rate Schedule G-7, this service may be interrupted to the extent necessary to provide service to KUB’s Firm Gas customers.

  • The above is stated algebraically below: Firm Gas Adjustment Optional Gas Adjustment Each computed Purchased Gas Adjustment shall be adjusted for any taxes levied upon the Company which are based upon revenues by dividing the PGA by the complement of the composite state and local tax rates on revenue.

  • Deliveries of "Firm Gas" up to the Maximum Daily Quantity set forth in the Service Agreement, shall be firm and shall not be subject to curtailment or interruption by Seller except that caused by Force Majure, or operating conditions beyond Seller's control, or where such curtailment or interruption is the result of, or pursuant to, operating procedures prescribed by the Commission.

  • The Maximum Daily Quantity of Firm Gas shall be 50 dekatherms per day.

  • Even though KUB may have acquired supplemental gas for the account of a customer under Rate Schedule G-7 or Standby Gas for the account of a Customer under Rate Schedule G-11, these services may be interrupted to the extent necessary to provide service to KUB’s Firm Gas customers.


More Definitions of Firm Gas

Firm Gas means up to 120,000 Dth per day of firm Gas delivered to the Facility. "'Force Majeure" shall have the meaning set forth in Section 9.3 hereof.
Firm Gas means all gas delivered to Residential and Commercial customers under Rate Codes G100 and G200 and a daily amount equal to the customer’s MDQ plus 3% for Firm Industrial customers under Rate Code G300.
Firm Gas uptothe MaximumDaiy Quantity set forth in the Service Agreement,shallbe firmand shallnot be subjectto curtailmenotr interruptiobny Seller exceptthat causedby ForceMajure,or operafingconditionbseyondSeller'scontrol,orwhere suchcurtailmenotrinterruptionis the resultof,or pursuanto,operatingprocedurepsrescribedby the Commission. Deliverieshereundershallhave priorityoverall deliveriesmadeby Seller onanintenuptiblebasis.
Firm Gas means Natural Gas purchased by Owner on behalf of the Project (with the consent of Millennium) under contracts where the supply and delivery of Natural Gas is on an uninterruptible basis.
Firm Gas means that gas not subject to interruption or curtailment except for emergency or other causes as provided in the current policies of Gibson County Utility District.

Related to Firm Gas

  • Natural Gas or "Gas" shall mean natural gas, processed, unprocessed, vaporized liquid natural gas, synthetic gas, propane-air mixture or any mixture of these gases.

  • Liquefied petroleum gas means a mixture of light hydrocarbons (predominantly propane, butane) that is gaseous under conditions of ambient temperature and pressure and that is maintained in a liquid state by an increase of pressure or lowering of temperature;

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

  • Pressure demand respirator means a positive pressure atmosphere-supplying respirator that admits breathing air to the facepiece when the positive pressure is reduced inside the facepiece by inhalation.