Definition of Points of Delivery

  1. Points of Delivery means the point(s) at which Seller delivers Gas to Buyer/Processor at the well-site or other mutually agreeable points on the Buyer/Processor's Gathering System. - 2 -
  2. Points of Delivery means the Eagle Ford owned meter facilities described on Exhibit A.

Examples of Points of Delivery in a sentence

  1. THE BUYER may, in addition: i) destine the crude oil the subject of the Agreement and received in the Points of Delivery to be exported through other ports and / or ii) destine it to be refined in the country, giving prior written notice to THE SELLER.
  2. PEF shall pay "Unit Volume Payments" of $1,025 per AF of Annual Volume and Additional Supply delivered to the Points of Delivery, with a 3% annual escalator to this fixed fee commencing January 1, 2017.
  3. ELOSS = Losses to Adjust the Energy Supplied by Basin Electric in accordance with Section 4.1 above from Tri-States Points of Delivery to Stegall PSRE = Pumped Storage Replacement Energy Supplied by Basin Electric Tri-States Nebraska Metered Energy shall be determined irrespective of the east-west electrical separation.

Definition of Points of Delivery in Service Agreement

Points of Delivery means the point(s) at which Seller delivers Gas to Buyer/Processor at the well-site or other mutually agreeable points on the Buyer/Processor's Gathering System. - 2 -


Definition of Points of Delivery in Processing Agreement

Points of Delivery means the locations specified in paragraph 5.2 where the electrical facilities owned by Hoku are interconnected to the electrical facilities owned by Idaho Power and where power and energy are delivered by Idaho Power for the purpose of providing electrical service for the operations of the Hoku Facility.


Definition of Points of Delivery in Services Agreement

Points of Delivery means the Eagle Ford owned meter facilities described on Exhibit A.