Crossroads Pipeline Company

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/02/1995, Docket: CP94-342-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 29 Original Sheet No. 29 : Effective

 

 

(1) In the event Crossroads should agree to accept any

gas having a non-hydrocarbon content in excess of 3%

of the total volume, such non-hydrocarbon content in

excess thereof shall be deemed to have 1000 Btu per

cubic foot for transportation billing purposes but

shall not be utilized for the calculation of thermal

equivalent volumes for redelivery purposes.

 

2.2 Composition and Heating Value Determination:

 

(a) The quality specifications of the gas received hereunder

shall be determined by tests which Crossroads shall cause

to be made at each receiving point and further as agreed to

by Crossroads and Shipper.

 

(b) Quarterly, or as often as Crossroads deems advisable,

Crossroads shall cause to be obtained a representative

sample of Shipper's gas at each point of receipt and

delivery and by means of chromatography or other accepted

method in the industry to determine the composition and

gross heating value of Shipper's gas in Btu's per cubic foot

on a wet basis. The first such determination shall be made

within a reasonable time after receipt of gas begins and

shall apply until the first day of the month following the

next determination. Crossroads shall notify Shipper in

writing of the date of the test at least ten (10) days prior

thereto. Shipper may witness the tests or make joint tests

with its own appliances.

 

(c) Shipper and Crossroads shall each have the right to require

the other to remedy any deficiency in quality of the gas

received or delivered hereunder, and in the event such

deficiency is not remedied, either party shall have the

right, in addition to all other remedies available to it by

law, to refuse to accept such deficient gas until such

deficiency is remedied; however, Crossroads shall be under

no obligation to deliver any quality of gas exceeding

merchantable quality.

 

 

3. MEASURING EQUIPMENT

 

3.1 Installation: At each Delivery Point hereunder all measuring

equipment, devices and materials shall be furnished and installed,

owned, maintained and operated by Crossroads provided that

Shipper shall bear the expense of furnishing and installing such

equipment, services and materials, unless Shipper and Crossroads

agree otherwise. Shipper may install and operate check measuring

equipment at any delivery point or receipt point at which it is the

sole Shipper, provided such check measuring equipment does not

interfere with the use of Crossroads' equipment.