Energy West Development, Inc.

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Effective Date: 06/11/2010, Docket: RP10-732-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 44 Second Revised Sheet No. 44

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 44

 

General Terms and Conditions

 

7.5 Primary Receipt and Delivery Points To Be Added Only Where Capacity

Available. Transporter will agree to add a Primary Delivery Point or

Primary Receipt Point for service under a Transportation Service Agreement

under the FT Rate Schedule only to the extent sufficient firm capacity is

available at that point.

 

8. UNIFORM PRESSURE AND QUANTITY

 

8.1 Delivery Pressure to Receipt Point. The delivery pressure of Natural Gas

delivered to Transporter by or for the account of Shipper at a Receipt

Point shall not be less than the minimum pressure set forth for the

Receipt Point in the Transportation Service Agreement between Transporter

and Shipper, nor shall Transporter be obligated to receive Natural Gas

deliveries at pressures greater than those set forth in the Transportation

Service Agreement.

 

8.2 Delivery Pressure to Delivery Point. The delivery pressure of Natural Gas

made available by Transporter to or on behalf of Shipper at a Delivery

Point shall not be less than the minimum pressure set forth for each

Delivery Point in the Transportation Service Agreement between Transporter

and Shipper, nor shall Transporter be obligated to make deliveries at

pressures greater than those set forth in the Transportation Service

Agreement.

 

8.3 Uniform Quantities. Shipper shall deliver to Transporter and take from

Transporter Gas in uniform hourly quantities during any day; provided,

however, that Transporter shall permit Shippers under the FT Rate Schedule

to take hourly deliveries of Gas at rates equal to 6 percent of the

Maximum Transportation Quantity for up to three consecutive hours twice in

any 24 hour period; provided, however, that the second three hour period

shall not begin less than eight hours after the end of the first three

hour period; provided that hourly deliveries by Shipper at the Receipt

Point are at 1/24 of the scheduled quantity. Any other departure from

uniform hourly quantities shall be allowed on a best efforts basis only.

Nothing hereunder shall authorize Shipper to take a quantity of Gas in

excess of its Maximum Transportation Quantity.

 

9. QUALITY

 

9.1 Gas delivered by Shipper to Transporter at the Receipt Point(s), and Gas

delivered to Shipper by Transporter at the Delivery Point(s), shall

conform to the specifications set forth in this Section 9.

 

9.2 (a) Heating Value. The Gas shall be natural gas having a Total

Heating Value of not less than 900 nor more than 1100 Btus per

Cubic Foot.

 

(b) Freedom From Objectionable Matter. The Gas shall be commercially

free (at prevailing pressure and temperature) from sand, dust,

gums, crude oil, impurities and other objectionable substances

which might interfere with its transmission through pipelines or

its commercial utilization or which may cause injury to or

interference with proper operation of the lines, regulators, meters

or other appliances through which it flows.'

 

(c) The Gas shall not contain levels of the following contaminants

higher than the levels specified below:

 

(i) Sulfur/Hydrogen Sulfide. Not more than ten grains of total

sulfur per 100 cubic feet nor more than one-quarter grain

of hydrogen sulfide per 100 cubic feet;

 

(ii) Oxygen. Not more than four-tenths of one percent by volume

of oxygen, provided that Shipper shall make every

reasonable effort to keep the Gas free of oxygen;