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common carriage

[′käm·ən ′kar·ij]
(electricity)
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Shippers pay the common carriage tariffs plus a premium for delivery priority.
Moreover, whereas open access and interconnection obligations may be needed to enable e2e markets to exist, other obligations (such as the COLR responsibilities) and rights (such as limited liability) that are associated with the common carriage tradition are logically separable.
The requirement of common carriage in oil pipelines means that opportunistic behaviour is resolved by vertical integration.
A mature academic literature exists analyzing the challenges faced in the past when applying common carriage to industries such as railroads, trucking, airlines, natural gas and oil pipelines, electric power distribution, and traditional telephone service.
But this competition, I predicted almost 20 years ago (NOAM, 1994b), would lead to the erosion of common carriage in favor of "private carriage." And it did so, indeed.
The objective behind inviting the EOls through an advertisement, was to ascertain the number of parties interested in setting up LNG terminals and their state of preparedness so that SSGC could augment its system to ensure entry and exit points to the LNG terminal operators as well as determine the intended volume they can transport through the Companys system SSGC and SNGPL are licensees of OGRA and operate under the latters Ordinance, which will provide for common carriage and open access facilities to interested parties.
Access to both common carriage and our own network enables us to better manage market fluctuations.
Distinguishing Common Carriage and Public Accommodations 1.
The FCC rejected the continuing application of common carriage regulation to cable and DSL broadband services.
This means that because of the media--the Internet, cell phones, television, radio, magazines, newspapers--knowledge has become all-pervasive and virtually common carriage, and it is this collective consciousness that amplifies the impact of celebrities.
Baby Bell executives and online companies have been holding a lively debate on the Hill and in the press as to whether the Bells should be permitted to deviate from common carriage (1) models in providing "last mile" internet access.
Bowhead has been in the common carriage business for 15 years.