Florida Gas Transmission Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 16-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 104 Original Sheet No. 104 : Superseded

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

2. To the extent Shippers conform with requirements hereof, the

gas shall have a total heating value of not less than one

thousand (1000) Btu per cubic foot of dry gas, and be

reasonably free of moisture, objectionable liquids and solids

so as to be merchantable upon delivery to Shipper, and shall

contain not more than two hundred (200) grains of total

sulphur, nor more than fifteen (15) grains of hydrogen

sulphide, per MCF. The gas may contain an odorant at the

point of delivery, but it is the responsibility of the

customer to monitor and maintain any required odorant levels

after the point of delivery.

 

3. Transporter may utilize gas from any standby equipment to

effectuate deliveries provided the gas shall be reasonably

equivalent to the gas delivered to Transporter by or for the

account of Shipper hereunder, and adopted for use by

Shipper's consumers without the necessity of making

adjustments to fuel-burning equipment.

 

3. PRESSURE

 

Gas shall be delivered at such uniform pressure as Shipper may reasonably

require, and as Transporter may agree to deliver, up to but not exceeding

two hundred fifty (250) pounds per square inch gauge at the point of

delivery or such other pressure as may be provided for in a contract

between Transporter and Shipper; provided however, Transporter may grant

from time to time an increase in pressure above two hundred fifty (250)

pounds per square inch gauge if Transporter determines in its sole

discretion that such increase would not adversely affect the ability of

Transporter to deliver gas to its firm rate schedule customers. To the

extent Shipper desires to increase to the revised pressure standard,

Shipper shall pay for any meter facilities or other facility additions or

upgrades required to deliver gas at higher pressures. Shipper shall be

required to install, operate and maintain such regulating devices as may

be necessary to regulate the pressure after delivery to Shipper.