Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company

FIFTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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

Original Sheet No. 307.02 Original Sheet No. 307.02 : Effective

 

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

(iv) To the extent that it does not create undue risk of an HPD

Problem, Transporter will not apply the Hydrocarbon

Dewpoint limits of this Section to receipts into

Transporter's system from storage facilities and from

meters that are not upstream of a processing plant with

available capacity and that flow 500 dth or less per day.

 

(v) Transporter will provide as much notice of such limitation

as reasonably practicable and will attempt to provide such

notice at least ten (10) days prior to the effective date

of the limitation.

 

(vi) Posted Hydrocarbon Dewpoint limitations shall not exceed

the limits needed to correct the specifically identified or

anticipated HDP Problem on specific HDP Segments of

Transporter's system.

 

(vii) Where the Transporter can not fully correct an HDP Problem

by posting a Hydrocarbon Dewpoint limit in the most

downstream HDP Segment experiencing or anticipating an HDP

Problem, it shall post a Hydrocarbon Dewpoint limit in

subsequent upstream HDP Segment(s) if Transporter

determines that such upstream posting is operationally

necessary. However, the Hydrocarbon Dewpoint limit in the

subsequent HDP Segment(s) may be no stricter than the limit

in the first HDP Segment. Where the Hydrocarbon Dewpoint

of an upstream Monitoring Point complies with the posted

Hydrocarbon Dewpoint limit, Transporter shall not apply any

Hydrocarbon Dewpoint limit to that point or any other

upstream receipt point in the sequential HDP Segment.

 

(viii) When Transporter posts a Hydrocarbon Dewpoint limit for a

particular HDP Segment, all gas receipts into the affected

HDP Segment either from interconnects or from any adjacent

HDP Segment feeding gas directly into the affected HDP

Segment must meet the posted HDP limit for the affected HDP

Segment.

 

(ix) Transporter will not require processing of gas at receipt

points upstream of the tailgate of a straddle plant that

meets the posted Hydrocarbon Dewpoint limit without

processing.

 

(x) To the extent operationally feasible, Transporter shall

allow gas that does not meet a posted Hydrocarbon Dewpoint

limitation at receipt points to continue to flow provided

that Transporter approves a pairing proposal as set forth

in Section 3.1(c).

 

(xi) Transporter shall allow gas that does not meet a posted

Hydrocarbon Dewpoint limitation at receipt points to

continue to flow provided that the Shipper or a third party

provides to Transporter proof of processing at a plant

within the HDP Segment where the gas at the tailgate of

that plant satisfies the Hydrocarbon Dewpoint limitation

for the applicable HDP Segment.