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Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/02/2009, Docket: RP10-30-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 573 First Revised Sheet No. 573

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 573

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

5.6 Notwithstanding the requirements set forth in Section 5.5(A),

Pipeline, at any time and from time to time, shall have the right,

either by written, oral or telephonic notice to Customer, to arrange

for any necessary processing of Customer's quality deficient gas

tendered to Pipeline to ensure such gas meets the minimum quality

specifications set forth in this Section 5. Pipeline shall bill the

applicable Customer and such Customer shall pay Pipeline for all costs

incurred by Pipeline relating to the processing of the Customer's gas

as necessary to ensure that Pipeline fully recovers such costs and

applicable carrying charges. Pipeline shall have the right to sell or

otherwise dispose of any or all of the processing products without

accounting to Customer or owner of the processed gas.

 

5.7 Pipeline shall have the unqualified right to commingle gas transported

hereunder with gas from other sources, and to treat and handle all

such gas as its own. It is recognized that gas delivered may not be

the same molecules as those received at the Point of Receipt. To the

extent Customer or any other party elects not to exercise its rights,

if any, to process gas for the removal of liquids and liquefiable

hydrocarbons, Pipeline shall have the unqualified right to process

such gas for the purpose of removing, among others, liquids and

liquefiable hydrocarbons and ownership of such liquids and liquefiable

hydrocarbons shall be vested in Pipeline. Prior to July 1, 1993,

Pipeline must be advised, by the Customer or any other party electing

to exercise their rights, of an initial election to process gas for

the removal of liquids and liquefiable hydrocarbons. Effective on

October 1, 1993 and thereafter, the Customer or such other party may

prospectively change its election by providing Pipeline at least

thirty (30) days prior written notice of such changed election;

provided, however, such changed election shall remain in effect for a

minimum of three (3) months, and provided further, that such changed

election shall be effective on the first day of the month after the

thirty (30) day notice period. For any period for which the

processing election is exercised, the Customer or other applicable

party shall be obligated to perform such processing for all relevant

gas quantities during such period. The quantities of gas delivered

hereunder at the Point(s) of Delivery shall be thermally equivalent to

the quantities of gas received at the Point(s) of Receipt for

transportation less Applicable Shrinkage and, if applicable, any

reduction due to processing.

 

5.8 Pipeline and Customer may agree, or governmental authorities may

require, that the gas be odorized by use of a malodorant agent of such

character as to indicate by a distinctive odor the presence of gas.

Whenever odorized gas is delivered, the quality and specifications, as

set forth in this Section 5 of such gas shall be determined prior to

the addition of malodorant or with proper allowance for changes or

additions due to such malodorant. Such odorization of the gas by the

Pipeline, unless otherwise mutually agreed by Customer and Pipeline,

shall be for the purpose of detection of the gas only during the time,

prior to delivery to the Customer, when in possession of the Pipeline.

Pipeline and Customer may agree from time to time, to allow Customer

to deliver odorized gas to Pipeline. Pipeline shall not be obligated

to receive such odorized gas from Customer when such receipt may, in

Pipeline's sole discretion, be detrimental to Pipeline's system

operations.