Definition of Port Charges


Port Charges means all third-party charges of whatsoever nature (including rates, tolls, and dues of every description) in respect of an LNG Vessel entering or leaving the Freeport Facility, including charges imposed by fire boats, tugs and escort vessels, the U.S. Coast Guard, a Pilot, and any other Person assisting an LNG Vessel to enter or leave the Freeport Facility. For purposes of this Agreement, the term Port Charges shall include, to the extent applicable to LNG Vessels, Port Use Fees (excluding rent) and Thru-put Fees (as such terms are defined under the Freeport Facility Lease as reflected on Exhibit A attached hereto) but shall exclude all other fees under the Freeport Facility Lease.

Examples of Port Charges in a sentence

Customer shall pay all Port Charges directly to the appropriate Person.
Those credits which are affected are: Finance Company Privilege, Child/Dependent Care, Skills Training, Gaming, Rural Economic Development (RED), Export Port Charges, Import Port Charges, Reforestation, and Ad Valorem tax credits.
General Restrictions on Incentive Credits The only credits whose usage is dependent on another credit are the Export Port Charges Credit, Import Port Charges Credit and the Reforestation Tax Credit (RTC).
Port Charges: ATM UNI DS $ (*) per month per port ATM UNI DS-3 $ (*) per month per port MCI CONFIDENTIAL 25 26 THE INFORMATION BELOW MARKED (*) OR (***) HAS BEEN OMITTED PURSUANT TO A REQUEST FOR CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT.
Port Charges - MRC **** 6 48 **** 7 49 **** The parties shall reexamine these Frame Relay Ancillary Charges by May 1999 and make such adjustments as are necessary to conform them to market rates in accordance with the provisions of the Master Alliance Agreement for Alliance Pricing.