Destin Pipeline Company, L.L.C.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2000, Docket: RP00-268-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 52 First Revised Sheet No. 52 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 52

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

3.2 Non-compliance with Specifications

 

(a) Should SHIPPER tender for delivery any gas which

causes the composite gas stream in COMPANY's

pipeline to fail the gas quality specifications of

a downstream pipeline, COMPANY may take whatever

action necessary on COMPANY's own accord or use of

a third party, as solely determined by COMPANY, at

SHIPPER's sole cost and expense, to treat and/or

process the gas stream such that the gas stream

can be delivered to downstream pipelines. Until

remedial action is taken to make gas acceptable to

downstream pipelines, COMPANY may refuse to accept

receipt of any gas, in COMPANY's sole discretion,

which prevents COMPANY from making deliveries into

downstream pipelines. Any reduction in the energy

content of the gas treated and/or processed shall

be determined and deducted from SHIPPER's

transportation volumes tendered for delivery to

downstream pipelines.

 

(b) Should SHIPPER tender for delivery any gas which

fails to meet all of the specifications of gas

quality above, COMPANY may refuse to accept

delivery from SHIPPER thereof, on a not unduly

discriminatory basis.

 

(c) No waiver by COMPANY of any default by SHIPPER in

any of the specifications set forth above or in

any other provision of this Tariff shall operate

as a continuing waiver of such specification or as

a waiver of any subsequent default whether of a

like or different character.

 

3.3 Reference Documents

 

Gas Processors Association (GPA) or American Society of

Testing and Materials (ASTM) adopted and approved test

methods shall be used in verifying compliance with the

requirements of this section.

 

Alternative test methods may be employed provided the

precision and accuracy of any such methods is similar

to that of the adopted GPA or ASTM test methods, as

mutually agreed upon and accepted by COMPANY and

SHIPPER.