Fuel Requirement definition

Fuel Requirement by the engine means the type of fuel normally used by the engine, i.e. Petrol;

Examples of Fuel Requirement in a sentence

  • Fuel volume delivered during the Calendar Quarter, and progress toward meeting the Fuel Resource Requirements and High Hazard Fuel Requirement, is documented in the attached Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet (“Quarterly Fuel Usage Log”), using the template provided by Buyer after execution of this Agreement.

  • Accordingly, GIP should confirm whether GRP has obtained all necessary waiver from Progress in respect of Fuel Requirement to avoid being charged liquidated damages.

  • If Seller is the defaulting Party, then Seller shall pay Buyer an amount that compensates Buyer for Buyer’s overpayment for Product resulting from the Seller’s failure to meet the High Hazard Fuel Requirement or Fuel Resource Requirements during the applicable Calendar Year(s) (“Fuel Use Default Payment”).

  • We understand that compliance with Fuel Requirement will not be feasible until the boiler installation at the Lumberton Facility is completed and that such installation is expected to take up to 2 years.

  • Buyer may reasonably rely on Seller’s properly completed and timely submitted Annual Fuel Attestations as evidence of Seller’s compliance with the applicable High Hazard Fuel Requirement and Fuel Resource Requirements.

  • If the Lumberton Facility fails to comply with such Fuel Requirement, GRP is required to pay liquidated damages, and if such failure continues for 2 consecutive calendar years, Progress ...

  • The fuel resource(s) Seller used or caused to be used to operate the Facility during the Calendar Year (Fuel Use) [met] [did not meet] the Fuel Resource Requirements and High Hazard Fuel Requirement.

  • If Seller has not submitted the Annual Fuel Attestation and Verification of Fuel Source and Delivery by the Annual High Hazard Fuel Attestation Deadline, Seller shall be deemed to have failed the Fuel Resource Requirement and the High Hazard Fuel Requirement during such Calendar Year and Seller shall be subject to an Event of Default pursuant to Section 13.2.2.15.


More Definitions of Fuel Requirement

Fuel Requirement by the engine means the type of fuel normally used by the engine: petrol; liquefied petroleum gas (LPG); NG/biomethane (natural gas); either petrol or LPG; either petrol or NG/biomethane; diesel fuel; mixture of ethanol and petrol (flex fuel); mixture of biodiesel and diesel (flex fuel); hydrogen (H2) or a mixture (H2NG) of NG/biomethane and hydrogen; either petrol or hydrogen (bi-fuel);
Fuel Requirement by the engine means the type of fuel normally used by the engine: petrol; diesel fuel;
Fuel Requirement means the sum of: (a) a Quantity of Gas equal to the applicable Monthly Fuel percentage established by Transporter for the applicable service, (b) a Quantity of Gas equal to Transporter’s reasonable estimate of Lost or Unaccounted for Gas attributable to such service; and (c) a Quantity of Gas equal to the Monthly fuel percentage established by Canadian Transporter for transportation service on the Canada Mainline, if applicable.
Fuel Requirement has the meaning ascribed to it in the Tariff.

Related to Fuel Requirement

  • MREL Requirements means the laws, regulations, requirements, guidelines, rules, standards, measures and policies relating to minimum requirements for own funds and eligible liabilities applicable to the Issuer or the Group (as the case may be) from time to time, including, without limitation to the generality of the foregoing, any delegated or implementing acts (such as implementing technical standards or regulatory technical standards) adopted by the European Commission and any regulations, requirements, guidelines, rules, standards, measures and policies relating to minimum requirements for own funds and eligible liabilities and/or loss absorbing capacity instruments adopted by the Republic of Italy or a Relevant Authority from time to time (whether or not such regulations, requirements, guidelines, rules, standards, measures or policies are applied generally or specifically to the Issuer or the Group (as the case may be)), as any of the preceding laws, regulations, requirements, guidelines, rules, standards, measures, policies or interpretations may be amended, supplemented, superseded or replaced from time to time;

  • Operational requirements means the need to ensure that the Agency is to be operated as effectively, efficiently and economically as possible.

  • Technical Requirements means the Technical Requirements in Section VII of the tendering documents.

  • Capital Requirements means, as to any person, any matter, directly or indirectly, (i) regarding capital adequacy, capital ratios, capital requirements, the calculation of such person’s capital or similar matters, or (ii) affecting the amount of capital required to be obtained or maintained by such person or any person controlling such person (including any direct or indirect holding company), or the manner in which such person or any person controlling such person (including any direct or indirect holding company), allocates capital to any of its contingent liabilities (including letters of credit), advances, acceptances, commitments, assets or liabilities.

  • Collateral Requirement means the requirement that:

  • Applicable Technical Requirements and Standards means those certain technical requirements and standards applicable to interconnections of generation and/or transmission facilities with the facilities of an Interconnected Transmission Owner or, as the case may be and to the extent applicable, of an Electric Distributor, as published by Transmission Provider in a PJM Manual provided, however, that, with respect to any generation facilities with maximum generating capacity of 2 MW or less (synchronous) or 5 MW or less (inverter-based) for which the Interconnection Customer executes a Construction Service Agreement or Interconnection Service Agreement on or after March 19, 2005, “Applicable Technical Requirements and Standards” shall refer to the “PJM Small Generator Interconnection Applicable Technical Requirements and Standards.” All Applicable Technical Requirements and Standards shall be publicly available through postings on Transmission Provider’s internet website.

  • Environmental Requirement means any Environmental Law, agreement or restriction, as the same now exists or may be changed or amended or come into effect in the future, which pertains to any Hazardous Material or the environment including ground or air or water or noise pollution or contamination, and underground or aboveground tanks.

  • Contractual Requirement shall have the meaning provided in Section 8.3.

  • Governmental Requirement means any law, statute, code, ordinance, order, determination, rule, regulation, judgment, decree, injunction, franchise, permit, certificate, license, authorization or other directive or requirement, whether now or hereinafter in effect, including, without limitation, Environmental Laws, energy regulations and occupational, safety and health standards or controls, of any Governmental Authority.

  • Federal Medicaid System Security Requirements Compliance All contractors and subcontractors must provide a security plan, risk assessment, and security controls review document within three months of the start date of this agreement (and update it annually thereafter) to support audit compliance with 45CFR95.621 subpart F, ADP (Automated Data Processing) System Security Requirements and Review Process.

  • Environmental Requirements means all applicable present and future statutes, regulations, ordinances, rules, codes, judgments, orders or other similar enactments of any Governmental Authority regulating or relating to health, safety, or environmental conditions on, under, or about the Premises or the Project, or the environment, including without limitation, the following: the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act; the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act; and all state and local counterparts thereto, and any regulations or policies promulgated or issued thereunder. As used herein, the term “Hazardous Materials” means and includes any substance, material, waste, pollutant, or contaminant listed or defined as hazardous or toxic, or regulated by reason of its impact or potential impact on humans, animals and/or the environment under any Environmental Requirements, asbestos and petroleum, including crude oil or any fraction thereof, natural gas liquids, liquefied natural gas, or synthetic gas usable for fuel (or mixtures of natural gas and such synthetic gas). As defined in Environmental Requirements, Tenant is and shall be deemed to be the “operator” of Tenant’s “facility” and the “owner” of all Hazardous Materials brought on the Premises by Tenant or any Tenant Party, and the wastes, by-products, or residues generated, resulting, or produced therefrom.

  • Safety Requirements means Prudent Electrical Practices, CPUC General Order No. 167, Contractor Safety Program Requirements, and all applicable requirements of Law, PG&E, the Utility Distribution Company, the Transmission Provider, Governmental Approvals, the CAISO, CARB, NERC and WECC.

  • Governmental Requirements means all judgments, orders, writs, injunctions, decrees, awards, laws, ordinances, statutes, regulations, rules, franchises, permits, certificates, licenses, authorizations and the like and any other requirements of any government or any commission, board, court, agency, instrumentality or political subdivision thereof.

  • Regulatory Capital Requirements means any applicable capital resources requirement or applicable overall financial adequacy rule required by the PRA pursuant to the Relevant Rules, as such requirements or rules are in force from time to time;

  • Program Requirements means that the Partner has to fulfill certain minimum program entry requirements as well as ongoing program requirements, some of which are general PartnerEdge requirements, some of which are specific for the “Run Engagement”, including, without limitation payment of the Program Fee(s), meeting certain minimum annual revenue requirements, upholding a Run Authorization for at least one Product Family available for the “Run Engagement” and other requirements as set out in detail in the PartnerEdge Program Guide and the RSPI.

  • Minimum Requirements To ensure the CNA demonstrates proper preparation, organization, and readiness, the formal briefing (and supporting documentation) to the Commission must include –  Detailed list, to include descriptions, of the services the CNA will be prepared to provide the NPAs in support of the AbilityOne Program.  Details regarding the development and implementation of the CNA’s NPA affiliation process. Address the process for vetting NPAs to ensure they meet AbilityOne Program’s initial qualification criteria in accordance with 41 C.F.R. § 51-4.2.  Details regarding the development and implementation of the CNA’s NPA recommendation and allocation process and procedures, to include the process used to announce opportunities to the NPA community.  Detailed list of the NPAs that are officially affiliated with the CNA, description of the services (or products) the NPA can provide federal customers, list of government agencies and the federal requirements that the NPAs will be able to fulfill.  Details as to how the CNA’s Program Fee will be remitted by the NPA to the CNA, how the fee will be monitored for accuracy, and how reporting will be executed.

  • PJM Region Reliability Requirement means, for purposes of the Base Residual Auction, the Forecast Pool Requirement multiplied by the Preliminary PJM Region Peak Load Forecast, less the sum of all Preliminary Unforced Capacity Obligations of FRR Entities in the PJM Region; and, for purposes of the Incremental Auctions, the Forecast Pool Requirement multiplied by the updated PJM Region Peak Load Forecast, less the sum of all updated Unforced Capacity Obligations of FRR Entities in the PJM Region.

  • OHS Requirements means all Laws applicable to the Supply and related to occupational health or safety, and all of the City Policies that relate to occupational health or safety, and includes without limitation the WCA;