National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/1997, Docket: RP97-201-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 133B Second Revised Sheet No. 133B : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 133B

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

1. DEFINITIONS OF TERMS (Cont'd)

 

1.23 The term "GISB Standards" shall mean those standardized procedures

and mechanisms for electronic communication that have been adopted

by the Gas Industry Standards Board and incorporated by reference

in the Commission's regulations.

 

1.24 The term "Operator" shall mean a party that operates facilities

that interconnect with the facilities of Transporter.

 

1.25 The term "EDI" shall mean electronic data interchange as defined by

then-effective standards established by the Gas Industry Standards

Board and approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

 

2. QUALITY

 

2.1 Processing of Gas. The gas delivered by Transporter to Shipper

shall be natural or mixed gas from Transporter's present or future

sources of supply, including gas received by Transporter for

Shipper's account; provided, however, that helium, natural

gasoline, butane, propane and any other hydrocarbons except for

methane, may be removed prior to delivery to Shipper. Transporter

may subject, or permit the subjection of, the gas to compression,

cooling, cleaning and other processes.

 

2.2 Total Heating Value. The gas delivered by Transporter to Shipper

or received by Transporter from Operator for the Shipper's account

shall have a total heating value at the point(s) of delivery and

receipt of not less than 967 BTU per cubic foot. Transporter and

Shipper shall have the option to refuse to accept said gas so long

as the total heating value of the gas remains below 967 BTU per

cubic foot; provided, however, that Transporter and Shipper may

elect to accept receipt or delivery of said gas.

 

2.3 Absence of Objectionable Matter

 

(a) Delivery by Transporter. The gas delivered by Transporter to

Shipper shall be commercially free from objectionable odors,

dust or other solid or liquid or gaseous matters which might

interfere with the merchantability of the gas or cause injury

to or interference with proper operation of Transporter's

lines, regulators, meters or other appliances through which

the gas flows.