Westgas Interstate, Inc.

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1995, Docket: RP95-437-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 30 First Revised Sheet No. 30 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 30

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

1.9 "FERC" shall mean the Federal Energy Regulatory

Commission or any federal commission, agency or other

governmental body or bodies succeeding to, lawfully

exercising or superseding any powers which are

exercisable by the Federal Energy Regulatory

Commission.

 

1.10 "Force Majeure" shall include without limitation

by this recital, acts of God including fires,

explosions, earthquakes, or volcanic eruptions, storms,

floods, extreme cold, freezing, washouts; necessity for

compliance with any court order, law, regulation or

ordinance promulgated by any governmental authority

having jurisdiction, either federal, state or local,

civil or military; acts of a public enemy; wars; civil

disturbances; strikes, lockouts or other industrial

disturbances; shutdowns for purposes of necessary

repairs, relocations, or construction of facilities,

breakage or accident to machinery or lines of pipe; the

necessity for testing (as required by governmental

authority or as deemed necessary for safe operation by

the testing party); inability of either party to obtain

necessary materials supplies, permits, or labor to

perform or comply with any obligation or condition of

this tariff; inability to obtain rights-of-way; and any

other causes, whether of the kind herein recited or

not, which are not reasonably in the control of the

party claiming suspension.

 

1.11 "Gas" means combustible hydrocarbon gas.

 

1.12 "Gross heating value" means the number of British

thermal units produced by the combustion at a constant

pressure, of the amount of gas which would occupy a

volume of one cubic foot at a temperature of 60 degrees

Fahrenheit on a water-free basis and under a pressure

equivalent to that of 30.0 inches of mercury at 32

Fahrenheit and under standard gravitational force

(acceleration of 980.665 cm/sec2) with air of the same

temperature and pressure as the gas, when the products of

combustion are cooled to the initial temperature of gas and

air and when the water vapor formed by combustion is

condensed to the liquid state.

 

1.13 "Inert substances" means noncombustible substances

contained in the gas, including but not limited to

helium, carbon dioxide and nitrogen.