Stingray Pipeline Company, L. L. C.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2009, Docket: RP08-436-004, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 185 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 185

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 185

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

22. QUALITY OF GAS

 

22.1 HEAT CONTENT

 

The Gas delivered at each of the points of receipt and

delivery hereunder shall contain a Heating Value of not less

than nine hundred fifty (950) Btu per cubic foot and not

more than one thousand two hundred (1,200) Btu per cubic

foot.

 

22.2 FREEDOM FROM OBJECTIONABLE MATTER

 

The Gas received and delivered:

 

(a) Shall be merchantable Gas and shall be free of

water and liquid hydrocarbons other than Liquids

(as defined in Section 1.18);

 

(b) Shall not contain more than one (1) grain of hydrogen

sulfide and twenty (20) grains of total sulfur per one

hundred (100) cubic feet of Gas;

 

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

of fifty parts per million (50 ppm) by volume;

 

(d) Shall be delivered at a temperature not in excess of

one hundred twenty degrees Fahrenheit (120 F.);

 

(e) Shall not contain more than two percent (2%) by volume

of carbon dioxide;

 

(f) Shall not contain water vapor in excess of seven (7)

pounds per million (1,000,000) cubic feet of Gas; and

 

(g) Stingray shall not be obligated to accept Gas for

transportation which does not meet these quality

provisions. In addition to not accepting the Gas,

Stingray may charge Shipper a fee of: (1) one dollar

($1.00) per Dth of Gas received which contains more

than seven (7) pounds of water vapor per MMcf(such

charge will be applicable until such time as the water

vapor content of the Gas at the Receipt Point is shown

to be at or below seven (7) pounds per MMcf) and (2)

ten dollars ($10.00) per barrel of free water

identified with the Shipper or its designee at a

Receipt Point(s). Free water shall be deemed to have

been injected at the Receipt Point(s), and identified

with the Shipper or its designee, when (1) through the

established monthly analysis performed by Southern

Petroleum Laboratories (SPL) (or its