Columbia Gas Transmission LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2009, Docket: RP09-489-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 360 First Revised Sheet No. 360

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 360

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Cont'd)

 

 

 

(h) (i) shall have a Wobbe Index of one thousand three hundred and fifty (1,350) plus or minus four

percent (4%), subject to a maximum Wobbe Index of one thousand four hundred (1,400) and a maximum heating

value of one thousand one hundred and ten (1,110) btu/scf. The Wobbe Index is defined as that number obtained

by dividing the dry, real basis heating value of the gas by the square root of its specific gravity.

 

(h) (ii) Exception: Appalachian Basin Gas may fall outside of the Wobbe Index and heating value limits

set forth above as long as it does not unduly contribute to safety and utilization problems. For purposes of

this subsection, "Appalachian Basin Gas" refers to natural gas received into Transporter's system directly or

upstream of the following pipeline locations (listed by Line and Counties): Line KA-1 South in Estill, Lee,

Owsley and Clay Counties, Kentucky; Line KZ in Menifee and Morgan Counties, Kentucky; Line B in Boyd, Martin

and Lawrence Counties, Kentucky and Wayne County, West Virginia; Line P in Lawrence, Johnson, Floyd, Pike, and

Martin Counties, Kentucky and in Wayne County, West Virginia; Line 8000 in Allegheny and Garrett Counties,

Maryland and Mineral County, West Virginia; Line A-5 in Allegany, Steuben, Chemung and Tioga Counties, New

York; Line C-106 in Fairfield, Hocking, Athens, Morgan and Washington Counties, Ohio; Line E in Hocking,

Athens, Fairfield, and Meigs Counties, Ohio; Line G in Fairfield, Perry and Licking Counties, Ohio; Line H in

Fairfield, Perry and Muskingum Counties, Ohio; Line L in Knox, Richland, Ashland, Wayne, and Medina Counties,

Ohio; Line L-3265 in Ashland County, Ohio; Line L-1237 in Ashland County, Ohio; Line L-723 in Ashland County,

Ohio; Line L-916 in Ashland County, Ohio; Line L-526 in Medina County, Ohio; Line L-530 in Medina County,

Ohio; Line L-545 in Wayne County, Ohio; Line L-609 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio; Line L-920 in Cuyahoga, Lorain and

Medina Counties, Ohio; Line O in Muskingum, Guernsey and Noble Counties, Ohio; Line O-1463 in Guernsey and

Belmont Counties, Ohio; Line O-400 in Licking, Muskingum, and Guernsey Counties, Ohio; Line O-415 in Guernsey

and Tuscarawas Counties, Ohio; Line O-1460 in Tuscarawas County, Ohio; Line V in Holmes, Wayne, Stark, Carroll

and Columbiana Counties , Ohio; Line V-100 in Belmont, Harrison, Carroll, and Columbiana, Counties Ohio; Line

35 in Greene and Washington Counties, Pennsylvania; Line 65 in Lawrence, Beaver, Allegheny and Washington

Counties, Pennsylvania; Line 134 in Lawrence, Butler, Armstrong, Clarion and Jefferson Counties, Pennsylvania;

Line 138 in Greene, Fayette and Somerset Counties, Pennsylvania; Line 1360 in Greene, Washington and Allegheny

Counties, Pennsylvania and Marshall, Wetzel, Doddridge and Gilmer Counties, West Virginia; Line 1711 in

Allegheny, Washington, Westmoreland, Indiana, Clearfield, Centre and Clinton Counties, Pennsylvania; Line 7215

in Greene County, Pennsylvania; Line 1740 in Marshall and Wetzel Counties, West Virginia; Line BM74 in Wayne,

Cabell, Putnam and Lincoln Counties, West Virginia; Line E in Jackson and Roane Counties, West Virginia; Line H

in Kanawha and Roane Counties, West Virginia; Line KA (Suction of Flat Top) in Mingo, Summers, Mercer, Raleigh

and Wyoming Counties, West Virginia and Pike County, Kentucky; Line N in Kanawha County, West Virginia; Line R

in Boone, Lincoln and Putnam Counties, West Virginia; Line S in Cabell, Putnam, Lincoln and Kanawha Counties,

West Virginia; Line SM-116 in Mingo, Logan and Lincoln Counties, West Virginia; Line T in Kanawha, Roane and

Calhoun Counties, West Virginia; Line T-Loop in Gilmer, Calhoun, Roane and Kanawha, Counties, West Virginia.

 

25.7 Odorization. Transporter and Shipper may agree, or governmental authorities may require, that the gas

be odorized by use of a malodorant agent of such character as to indicate by a distinctive odor the

presence of gas. Whenever odorized gas is delivered, the quality and specifications of such gas, as set forth

in this Section 25, shall be determined prior to the addition of malodorant and with proper allowance for

changes or additions to the gas due to such malodorant. Such odorization of the gas by the Transporter,

unless otherwise mutually agreed by Shipper and Transporter, shall be for the purpose of detection of the gas

only during the time it is in possession of the Transporter, prior to delivery to the Shipper.

 

25.8 Acceptance of Non-Conforming Gas. If gas received by Transporter ever fails to meet the specifications

in this Section 25, then Transporter may elect to either continue to receive such gas pursuant to the waiver

procedures of Section 25.9 or refuse to take all or any portion of such gas until that gas is brought into

conformity with the specifications in Section 25. None of the specifications and restrictions set forth in

this Section 25 shall be deemed to negate, reduce or limit Transporter's authority to issue Operational Flow

Orders consistent with Section 17 of the General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff to provide for the safe

and reliable operation of its system.