Energy West Development, Inc.
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Effective Date: 06/11/2010, Docket: RP10-732-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 45 First Revised Sheet No. 45
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 45
General Terms and Conditions
(iii) Carbon Dioxide. Not more than two percent by volume of
(iv) Entrained Water. Not more than four pounds of entrained
water per 1,000,000 cubic feet, at a pressure base of 800
pounds per square inch and a temperature of 15 degrees
Fahrenheit as determined by a dew-point apparatus approved
by the Bureau of Mines or such other apparatus as may be
mutually agreed upon;
(v) Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB). No measurable quantity of
PCB utilizing the best available measurement technology;
(vi) Hydrocarbon Dew Point. Less than 15 degrees Fahrenheit at
800 pounds per square inch.
(d) Temperature. The Natural Gas shall have a temperature of not more
than 110 degrees Fahrenheit.
9.3 Quality Tests.
(a) Upon reasonable notice from Transporter, Shipper shall conduct or
cause to be conducted such tests as are required to determine
whether Gas tendered by Shipper to Transporter is in conformance
with the specifications set forth in this Section 9. Upon
reasonable notice from Shipper, Transporter shall conduct such
tests as are required to determine whether Gas redelivered by
Transporter to Shipper at the Delivery Point(s) is in conformance
with the specifications set forth in this Section 9.
(b) The gross heating value of Gas delivered hereunder shall be
determined from read-outs of continually operating measurement
(2) gas chromatograph;
(3) any other method mutually agreed upon by the parties.
Measurement of gross heating value with the calorimeters shall
comply with the standards set forth in the American Society for
Testing and Materials' ASTM D 1826-83 or any subsequent revisions.
Analysis of Gas with gas chromatographs shall comply with the
standards set forth in ASTM D 1945-81 or any subsequent revisions.
Calculation of the gross heating value from compositional analysis
by gas chromatography shall comply with the standards set forth in
ASTM D 3588-81 or any subsequent revisions. Transporter or its
Agent shall calibrate and maintain the gross heating value
measurement device at intervals as agreed upon by Transporter and
Shipper. Shipper shall have access to Transporter's devices and
shall be allowed to inspect the devices and all charts or other
records of measurement at any reasonable time.
(c) Tests shall be made to determine the total sulfur, hydrogen
sulfide, carbon dioxide and oxygen content of the Gas, by approved
standard methods in general use in the gas industry, and to
determine the hydrocarbon dew point and water vapor content of such
Gas by methods satistory to the parties. Tests shall be made
frequently enough to ensure that the Gas is conforming continuously
to the quality requirements.