East Tennessee Natural Gas, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/07/2008, Docket: RP08-496-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 308 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 308

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 308

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

(f) All gas shall have a temperature of not more than one hundred degrees (100()

Fahrenheit.

 

(g) All gas shall have been dehydrated by Shipper for removal of entrained

water present therein in a vapor state, and in no event contain more than

seven (7) pounds of entrained water per million Cubic Feet, at a pressure

base of fourteen and seventy three hundredths (14.73) pounds per square

inch and a temperature of sixty degrees (60() Fahrenheit as determined by

dew-point apparatus approved by the Bureau of Mines or such other apparatus

as may be mutually agreed upon.

 

(h) All gas shall contain not more than 0.05 gallons per thousand cubic feet

("GPM") of C6+ hydrocarbons at any operating pressure.

 

(i) All gas shall not contain, either in the gas or in any liquids with the

gas, any microbiological organism, gum, gum-causing constituents, active

bacteria or bacterial agent capable of contributing to or causing corrosion

and/or operational and/or other problems. Microbiological organisms,

bacteria or bacterial agents include, but are not limited to, sulfate

reducing bacteria (SRB) and acid producing bacteria (APB). Tests for

bacteria or bacterial agents shall be conducted on samples taken from the

meter run or the appurtenant piping using American Petroleum Institute

(API) test method API-RP38 or any other test method acceptable to

Transporter and Shipper which is currently available or may become

available at any time.

 

2.2 The design and construction of any facilities to be installed by Shipper in order

to comply with the quality specifications in Section 2.1 shall be approved by

Transporter prior to such facilities being placed in service.

 

2.3 Tests to determine sulphur, hydrogen sulphide, oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen

content shall be made by approved standard methods in general use in the gas

industry.

 

2.4 Failure to conform to specifications: If the gas offered for transportation to

Transporter shall fail at any time to conform to any of the specifications set

forth in Section 2.1, then Transporter shall notify Shipper and thereupon may, at

Transporter's option, refuse to accept such gas pending correction by Shipper.

Upon Shipper's failure to promptly remedy any deficiency in quality as specified in

Section 2.1, Transporter may receive such gas and may make changes necessary to

bring such gas into conformity with such specifications, and Shipper shall

reimburse Transporter for any reasonable expense incurred by Transporter in

effecting such changes.

 

2.5 Notwithstanding the exercise by Transporter of the options in Section 2 above,

Shipper shall use its best efforts to correct any quality deficiency in the gas

tendered for transportation. Further, notwithstanding Transporter's election under

Section 2 above, Shipper shall reimburse Transporter for all expenses incurred in

repairing injuries to Transporter's facilities resulting from deliveries of gas

that do not conform to the quality specifications set forth in Section 2.1.

 

2.6 Transporter shall have the right to collect from all Shippers delivering gas to

Transporter at a common Receipt Point their pro rata share of the cost of any

additional gas analysis and quality control equipment that Transporter, at its

reasonable discretion, determines is required to be installed at such Receipt Point

to monitor the quality of gas delivered. With respect to Shippers subject to Rate

Schedules IT, IT-L, FT-A, FT-L, and/or FT-GS, the collection shall be by means of

an Incidental Charge.