Westgas Interstate, Inc.
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/02/1998, Docket: RP99- 87-000, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 46 Second Revised Sheet No. 46 : Effective
Superseding: Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 46
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
6.6 TEMPERATURE. The gas shall be delivered at a
temperature not in excess of 120§ Fahrenheit or less than
6.7 INERT SUBSTANCES. The gas shall not contain inert
substances of more than three percent by volume.
6.8 WATER VAPOR. The gas shall not contain water vapor in
excess of five (5) pounds per million cubic feet.
6.9 LIQUIDS. The gas shall not contain any hydrocarbon
fractions which might condense to free liquids in the line
under normal pipeline conditions.
6.10 SHIPPER'S FAILURE TO MEET SPECIFICATIONS. Should any
gas tendered for receipt by Transporter fail at any time
to conform to any of the specifications of this 6,
Transporter shall notify Shipper and Transporter may, with
or without notice, suspend all or a portion of the receipt
of any such gas until such time as Shipper demonstrates to
Transporter's satisfaction that the gas meets the quality
specification; provided, however, such suspension by
Transporter shall not relieve Shipper of any of its
obligations under this tariff. Transporter may elect to
accept receipt of any off-specification gas.
6.11 QUALITY OF TRANSPORTER'S DELIVERIES. Transporter
shall deliver to Shipper or for Shipper's account gas that
is of merchantable quality.
6.12 COMMINGLING. Gas received from Shipper will be
commingled with the gas of other shippers in the system.
Accordingly, the gas of Shipper shall be subject to such
changes in gross heating value per cubic foot and other
specifications as may result from such commingling.
7. SCHEDULING OF GAS RECEIPTS AND DELIVERIES
7.1 Shipper shall notify Transporter's dispatcher of
specific sources and receipt points pursuant to section 3
of the General Terms and Conditions of this tariff.
7.2 Receiver of nomination initiates confirmation process.
The party that would receive a Request For Confirmation or
an unsolicited Confirmation Response may waive the
obligation of sender to send.