Texas Gas Transmission, LLC

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/15/2008, Docket: RP08-392-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 1500 Original Sheet No. 1500 GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS Section 33. Gas Quality 3.1 Gas received or delivered hereunder shall: (a) Be merchantable natural gas, commercially free from dust, solids, gums, gum-forming constituents, gasoline, water, or any other substance of any kind which may become separated from the gas in the course of transportation through Transporter's or Transporter's agents' pipeline(s); (b) Not contain more than seven (7) pounds of water per million standard cubic feet of gas determined by analytical instrumentation of standard manufacture for this purpose including the Bureau of Mines type dew point(s) tester; (c) Not contain more than one (1) grain of hydrogen sulfide, nor more than twenty (20) grains of total sulphur, per one hundred (100) standard cubic feet of gas; and mercaptan sulphur shall not constitute any portion of the allowable total sulphur content. (d) Contain zero (0.0) percent hydrogen, not more than one-tenth (.1) of one percent by volume of oxygen, nor more than two (2) percent by volume of carbon dioxide, nor more than four and one half (4-1/2) percent by volume of all non-hydrocarbon gases combined. 3.2 Gas received hereunder shall: (a) Not be at a temperature more than one hundred twenty (120) degrees Fahrenheit, except where local conditions require or permit other; nor less than forty (40) degrees Fahrenheit; and (b) Not have a hydrocarbon dew point in excess of ten (10) degrees Fahrenheit under expected operating conditions, if the gas is received in North Louisiana, Kentucky, Indiana, or Illinois, or other points determined by Texas Gas; and (c) Not contain less than nine hundred sixty-seven (967) British thermal units per standard cubic foot of gas determined on a dry basis. (d) Not contain less than one thousand eighteen (1018) British thermal units per standard cubic foot of gas determined on a dry basis if gas is received in a market area where it may become the sole supply to the market. (e) Not contain less than one thousand twelve (1012) British thermal units per standard cubic foot of gas determined on a dry basis if gas is directly received as residue gas from a gas processing plant.