Enbridge Offshore Pipelines (Utos) LLC

FIFTH REVISED VOLUME NO. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2009, Docket: RP09-815-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 116 First Revised Sheet No. 116

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 116

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

(b) Shall not contain more than one grain of hydrogen

sulphide per 100 cubic feet of Gas, as determined

by methods prescribed in Standards of Gas Service,

Circular of the National Bureau of Standards, No.

405, page 134 (1934 Edition), and shall be

considered free from hydrogen sulphide if a strip

of white filter paper, moistened with a solution

containing five (5) percent by weight of lead

acetate, is not distinctly darker than a second

paper freshly moistened with the same solution,

after the first paper has been exposed to the Gas

for 1 1/2 minutes in an apparatus of approved form,

through which the Gas is flowing at the rate of

approximately five cubic feet per hour, the Gas

from the jet not impinging directly upon the test

paper; or the hydrogen sulphide content may be

determined by an instrument of approved type and by

approved methods when mutually agreeable to the

Parties;

 

(c) Shall not contain more than 20 grains of total

sulphur (including the sulphur in any hydrogen

sulphide and mercaptans) per 100 cubic feet;

 

(d) Shall not at any time have an oxygen content in

excess of one percent by volume, and the Parties

hereto shall make every reasonable effort to keep

the Gas free of oxygen;

 

(e) Shall not contain more than seven (7) pounds of

water per million cubic feet of Gas delivered;

 

(f) Shall not contain more than three (3) percent by

volume of carbon dioxide; provided, however, that

Shipper will in any event inject corrosion

inhibitor in accordance with standards established

by UTOS;

 

(g) Shall be delivered at a temperature not in excess

of 120 degrees Fahrenheit or less than 65 degrees

Fahrenheit;

 

(h) Shall not contain more than three (3) percent by

volume of nitrogen.