Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline, L.L.C.
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/15/2008, Docket: RP08-374-000, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 270 Second Revised Sheet No. 270
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 270
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
12. QUALITY OF GAS (continued)
gas received from Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline
Limited Partnership may contain up to two and one
quarter percent (2.25%) carbon dioxide content by
volume if Pipeline determines, in its reasonable
discretion, that commingling opportunities exist to
permit it to deliver gas into downstream interstate
pipelines with a total carbon dioxide content that
does not exceed two percent (2%) by volume.
(d) Liquids. The gas shall be free of water and
hydrocarbons in liquid form at the temperature and
pressure at which the gas is received and delivered.
(e) Hydrogen Sulfide. The gas shall not contain more than
one-fourth (1/4) grains of hydrogen sulfide per one-
hundred (100) Cubic Feet.
(f) Total Sulphur. The gas shall not contain more than
two (2) grains of total sulphur, excluding any
mercaptan sulphur, per one-hundred (100) Cubic Feet.
(g) Temperature. The gas shall not have a temperature of
more than one-hundred twenty degrees (120o)
(h) Water Vapor. For gas received into Pipeline's system
from a receipt point located in the continental United
States, such gas shall not contain in excess of seven
(7) pounds of water vapor per million Cubic Feet. For
gas received into Pipeline's system from a receipt
point north of the continental United States, such gas
shall not contain in excess of five (5) pounds of
water vapor per million Cubic Feet. All gas delivered
by Pipeline, regardless of where received, shall not
contain in excess of seven (7) pounds of water vapor
per million Cubic Feet.
(i) Liquefiable Hydrocarbons. The gas shall not contain
liquid hydrocarbons or hydrocarbons liquefiable at
temperatures warmer than 15°F and normal pipeline
operating pressures of 100-1440 psig. This correlates
to a limit of 0.032 gallons of C6+ hydrocarbons per
thousand Cubic Feet of natural gas (GPM) at any