Black Marlin Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/14/1999, Docket: RP99-440-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 204 First Revised Sheet No. 204 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 204

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

Notwithstanding any other provision herein, Shipper may deliver at

Transporter's Receipt Points gas that does not meet the quality

specifications contained in 2.1(a) through (h) above, inclusive, so

long as Transporter is satisfied that the blended gas stream at all

Delivery Points meets the quality specifications, and so long as the

safety and reliability of Transporter's system is not impaired, in

Transporter's sole opinion, exercised in good faith; provided,

however, if the blended gas stream at all Delivery Points does not

meet the quality specifications or the safety and reliability of

Transporter's system is impaired, in Transporter's sole opinion,

exercised in good faith, Transporter will notify Shipper of such

deficiency and if Shipper fails to remedy such deficiency promptly,

the gas at the Receipt Point(s) most out of compliance with the

quality specification shall be shut-in until the blended gas stream at

the Delivery Point(s) meets the quality specification; and, if more

than one Receipt Point is equally out of compliance, the shut-in shall

be pro-rata as to those Receipt Points; provided further, that nothing

herein shall restrict Transporter's right to refuse to accept further

receipt of gas tendered for delivery to Transporter by Shipper which

fails at any time to conform to the quality specifications in 2.1(a)

through (h) above if the safety and reliability of Transporter's

system is impaired, in Transporter's sole opinion exercised in good

faith.

 

2.2 Quality Tests:

 

(a) The quality specifications of the gas delivered hereunder shall

be determined by tests which Transporter shall cause to be made

at each receipt and delivery point.

 

(b) The heating value of the gas delivered shall be calculated from

a chromatographic analysis of a representative gas sample

collected daily during the month, or any other method mutually

agreed upon. Such chromatographs shall be owned, operated, and

maintained by Transporter at Representative locations on

Transporter's system, or as agreed upon.

 

(c) Tests shall be made to determine the total sulpher, hydrogen

sulfide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and oxygen content of the

gas, by approved standard methods in general use in the gas

industry, and to determine the hydrocarbon dewpoint and water

vapor content of such gas by methods satisfactory to the

parties. Tests shall be made frequently enough to assure that

the gas is conforming continuously to the quality requirements.

Transporter shall have the right to require Shipper to have

remedied any deficiency of the gas in quality and, in the event

such deficiency is not remedied,