Gas Act definition

Gas Act means the Belgian Gas Law concerning the transportation of gaseous and other substances by pipeline of 12 April 1965, as amended from time to time.
Gas Act means the Gas Act 1986, as amended from time to time;
Gas Act means the Gas Act 2000 (Tas);

Examples of Gas Act in a sentence

  • If aprotest is filed and not withdrawnwithin 30 days after the time allowed for filing a protest, the instant request shall be treated as an application forauthorization pursuant to Section 7 of the Natural Gas Act.

  • This document is notice of the reasons for this decision as required by section 38A of the Gas Act 1986.

  • Any supply made during any period where there is no contract between us will be governed by our ‘deemed terms of supply’ published under the Gas Act 1986 and Electricity Act 1989.

  • However, in exercising a function under the Electricity Act the Authority may have regard to the interests of consumers in relation to gas conveyed through pipes and vice versa in the case of it exercising a function under the Gas Act.

  • Nothing contained herein shall be construed to deny Shipper any rights it may have under the Natural Gas Act, including the right to participate fully in rate or other proceedings by intervention or otherwise to contest increased rates in whole or in part.


More Definitions of Gas Act

Gas Act means the Gas Act 1986 as such act is amended or replaced and any regulations made thereunder as amended or re-enacted from time to time;
Gas Act means the Gas Act 1976;
Gas Act means the Belgian law concerning the transportation of gaseous and other substances by pipeline of 12 April 1965, as amended from time to time, or any successor thereof.
Gas Act means the Gas Act 1986 and any Regulations issued thereunder as such Act and Regulations are amended from time to time.
Gas Act means the Gas Act 1997 (SA).
Gas Act means the Gas Xxx 0000 (as amended by the Gas Act 1995).