Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company

FIFTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 03/01/2008, Docket: RP04- 99-004, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 305A Second Revised Sheet No. 305A : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 305A

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

 

35. The term "Daily Variance" or "Daily Imbalance" shall have the meaning set forth

in Section 7 of Rate Schedule LMS-MA and Section 5 of Rate Schedule LMS-PA.

 

36. The term "Hydrocarbon Dewpoint" shall mean cricondentherm, the highest temperature

at which the vapor-liquid equilibrium may be present. The Hydrocarbon Dewpoint

(cricondentherm) calculations are performed using the Peng-Robinson equation of

state.

 

37. The term "HDP Segment(s)" shall have the meaning as defined in Article II,

Section 3.1.

 

38. The term "HDP Problem(s)" shall mean actual or anticipated operational

problems on Transporter's system or at its Interconnects with interstate or

intrastate pipelines, storage facilities, end users, and local distribution

companies specifically related to actual or anticipated hydrocarbon liquid

fallout. The term "Interconnect," in this context solely, shall mean the

integrated metering, measurement, pressure regulation and gas handling

facilities and other equipment ("Interconnect Equipment") located within the

measurement/delivery complex where Transporter delivers gas to an interstate

or intrastate pipeline, end user, storage facility or local distribution

company, typically contained within a fenced or other secure enclosure.

Interconnect Equipment may or may not be owned by Transporter and may or may

not be located before the meter demarcating the change in possession of the

gas.

 

II. QUALITY

 

1. The provisions set forth in this Article II Section 1 shall apply to all gas

delivered by Transporter under this FERC Gas Tariff.

 

(a) Heating value: The natural gas shall have a total heating value of not

less than nine hundred and sixty-seven British thermal units per cubic

foot. Transporter, in its own right or in accord with the instructions

of Shipper, may subject, or permit the subjection of, the natural gas to

compression, cooling, cleaning and other processes and helium, natural

gasoline, butane, propane, and any other hydrocarbons except methane may

be removed prior to delivery to Shipper. Title to the products will

remain with party that has contracted for the processing rights and

notified Transporter of such contract; otherwise, title to the products

will remain with Transporter. In the event that the total heating value

of gas, per cubic foot, in any month