Millennium Pipeline Company, L. L. C.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 12/22/2008, Docket: CP98-150-011, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 273 Original Sheet No. 273
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
(b) Parties wishing to deliver gas into Transporter's system will
bear responsibility for assuring their gas meets the above specifications.
Proof of compliance with these specifications will be determined via methods
such as sampling and analysis of the gas; the frequency, scope and
performance of such determinations will be as directed by Transporter.
Transporter reserves the right to require, at any time, the installation of
monitoring and control devices that will provide for automatic shut-in of the
receipt measuring station should Transporter deem it necessary to protect the
safety and/or integrity of its pipeline system, operations, or deliveries to
(c) Transporter reserves the right to refuse to execute any agreement
that does not contain the gas quality specifications and restrictions deemed
reasonable and necessary by Transporter.
25.5 Quality Standards for Gas Delivered by Transporter. All gas
redelivered to Shipper hereunder shall be commercially free from particulates
or other solid or liquid matter which might interfere with its
merchantability or cause injury to or interference with proper operation of
the lines, regulators, meters and other gas handling equipment of
Transporter. For purposes of compliance with this standard, the presence of
any solid or liquid matter will be based upon the determination of the
presence of such matter while the gas is in the possession of Transporter.
25.6 Odorization. Transporter and Shipper may agree, or governmental
authorities may require, that the gas be odorized by use of a malodorant
agent of such character as to indicate by a distinctive odor the presence of
gas. Whenever odorized gas is delivered, the quality and specifications of
such gas, as set forth in this Section 25, shall be determined prior to the
addition of malodorant and with proper allowance for changes or additions to
the gas due to such malodorant. Such odorization of the gas by the
Transporter, unless otherwise mutually agreed by Shipper and Transporter,
shall be for the purpose of detection of the gas only during the time it is
in possession of the Transporter, prior to delivery to the Shipper.