Iroquois Gas Transmission System, L.P.

FIRST REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/2008, Docket: RP07-443-004, Status: Effective

SECOND REVISED SHEET NO. 69 SECOND REVISED SHEET NO. 69

Superseding: SUBSTITUTE FIRST REVISED SHEET NO. 69

 

under this Tariff shall be commercially free (at prevailing

pressure and temperature) from objectionable odors, dust and

other solid, liquid, or gaseous matters which might interfere

with its merchantability or cause injury to or interference with

proper operation of the lines, regulators, meters or other

appurtenances through which it flows.

 

9.2 Receipt Point Quality.

 

(A) The gas to be delivered to Transporter by or on

behalf of Shipper at the Receipt Point(s) on Transporter’s

system shall be accepted provided that such gas, after

commingling where applicable, shall not cause the gas to be

made available to or on behalf of Shipper at Delivery Point(s)

on Transporter’s system to:

 

a) exceed the average daily Delivery Point Conforming

Gas Quality Maximums as set forth in Section 9.3; or

b) fall below the average daily Delivery Point

Conforming Gas Quality Minimums as set forth in

Section 9.4.

 

In this regard, Transporter confirms that it shall accept gas

with a nitrogen level of 3.0%, an oxygen level of 0.4%, a Wobbe

Index of 1400, and a non-methane hydrocarbon (C2+) constituent

compounds level of 12.5%, provided that such gas can be

commingled with other gas in Transporter’s system such that the

commingleds gas will meet the Delivery Point specifications set

forth in Sections 9.3 and 9.4.

 

Transporter, in its reasonable discretion and judgment,

exercised on a not unduly discriminatory basis, may accept gas

that does not conform to the quality specifications herein,

provided that Transporter determines that such acceptance will

not interfere with its ability to: (1) maintain an acceptable

gas quality in its pipeline through prudent and safe operation

of Transporter’s system; (2) ensure that such gas does not

affect Transporter’s ability to provide service to its Shippers

consistent with the applicable Rate Schedule and these General

Terms and Conditions; and (3) ensure that such gas does not

adversely affect Transporter’s ability to deliver gas at its

delivery points.

 

(B) Shipper shall make every reasonable effort to keep

the gas tendered for delivery into Transporter’s system free of

Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB).