K O Transmission Company

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Effective Date: 04/22/1996, Docket: CP95-149-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 062 Original Sheet No. 062 : Effective

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

5. Gas Quality (con't.)

 

(a)

shall be commercially free from particulates or other solid

or liquid matter which may interfere with its merchantability

or cause injury to or interfere with proper operation of the

line, regulators, meters and other Transporter's equipment;

 

(b)

shall not contain more than twenty-five hundredths (0.25)

grains of hydrogen sulfide per one hundred (100) cubic feet

of gas; and

 

(c)

shall not contain more than twenty (20) grains of total

sulfur per one hundred (100) cubic feet of gas.

 

(d)

Transporter may refuse to accept gas or may impose additional

gas quality specifications and restrictions if Transporter,

in its reasonable judgment, determines that harm to

Transporter's facilities or operations could reasonably be

expected to occur if it receives gas that fails to meet such

additional specifications and restrictions. Transporter

reserves the right to refuse to execute any agreement which

does not contain the gas quality specifications and

restrictions deemed reasonable and necessary by Transporter,

and Transporter reserves the right to refuse to accept or

continue to accept gas that fails to meet such additional

specifications and restrictions. Such additional

specifications and restrictions may be imposed to limit the

concentrations of elements or compounds that Transporter

determines, in its reasonable judgment, may be corrosive or

toxic in nature, may represent an environmental hazard, may

interfere with the merchantability of the gas, or may cause

injury to or interference with proper operation of the line,

regulators, meters, and other equipment of Transporter.

 

(e)

Transporter may impose restrictions on the temperature of the

flowing gas and/or on the Utilization Factor of the gas that

it receives if Transporter determines, in its reasonable

judgment, that these restrictions are necessary to insure the

merchantability of the gas, or to prevent injury to or

interference with proper operation of the line, regulators,

meters and other Transporter equipment.