A collection contract is a contract that exchanges transport along small diameter lines for splitting (technology that breaks oil, gas and water molecules) for money. The treatment agreement is his close friend who exchanges these splitting services for money. They are often grouped into an agreement, but it depends on who owns the infrastructure along the value chain. Even if a system has different naders, a collection system operator can still manage it. This operator is compensated for its management services by the individual owners or under the agreement G-P. Reservation capacity: the same language (“the maximum rate of supply of gas without capacity notified by the operator of the CATS in accordance with point 4.6 a) (vii) of the contract)) was also used in Schedule XIII as part of the definition of “reserved capacity”. The concept of reserved capacity should provide a good overview of what the parties think of the “maximum rate” referred to in paragraph 4.6 (a) vii). (vi) the specifications in a format agreed to on the date of paragraph (ii), as well as a good-faith estimate of the composition of this non-capacity gas during the proposed transport period; (iv) the date on which the transport of this gas must begin without capacity; In Teesside Gas Transportation Limited (hereafter TGTL) v (1) CATS North Sea Limited; (2) Antin CATS Limited; (3) ConocoPhillips Petroleum Company U.K. Limited; and (4) ENI UK Limited  EWCA Civ 503 (the defendants are collectively referred to as “cats parts”), the Court of Appeal ruled on an essential aspect of the operation of a cost-sharing scheme under a transport and treatment agreement. He highlighted the complexity of developing and operating cost-sharing regimes negotiated many years before they came into force.
If the existing shipper agrees to meet the competing offer, the carrier will supply the existing shipper, after the execution of a gas transport contract containing the terms agreed in the agreed offer. With regard to the interpretation of TGTL, there are strong linguistic reasons to believe that the “proposed transport period” under Article 4.6, point a) (vii), refers to the period between the date of transport … “the estimated date on which it is proposed to end” in the sense of point 4.6 (iv) and v). This interpretation is consistent with the language of the clause and Article 4.6 does not mention any other “proposed promotion period.” Therefore, the maximum rate applicable at any time during the period covered by transport and processing agreements with third-party shippers (`TPP`) is set at 4.6 a) (vii) above. In Appendix XIII (which deals with the assigned principles), it was clear that the reserved capacity related from time to time to the actual reserved (or reserved) capacity. The historical maximum figures would not be related to what was actually shipped at any given time (or, otherwise, to the actual reserved capacity) and might not be relevant to the allocation for which Schedule XIII was involved.