Mid Louisiana Gas Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 20-004, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 85 Original Sheet No. 85 : Effective

 

2. QUALITY

 

2.1 NATURAL GAS. The gas received or delivered by Pipeline shall

be of the quality and character of natural gas produced in its

natural state from wells (subject only to the removal of

moisture, liquefiable hydrocarbons, and other component parts

including inerts except methane) including, with limitation,

natural gas, revaporized natural gas, synthetic natural gas,

artificial natural gas, or a mixture of such gases.

 

2.2 HEATING VALUE. The gas delivered to or sold by Pipeline shall

not have a total heating value less than 950 Btu per cubic

foot nor greater than 1150 Btu per cubic foot at the pressure

and temperature hereinafter provided and at the moisture

content of the gas delivered.

 

2.3 PROCESSING. Pipeline may subject or permit the subjection of

the gas to compression, cooling, cleaning, or other processes

as may be required for its transmission.

 

2.4 ABSENCE OF OBJECTIONABLE MATTER. Unless otherwise provided in

a Service Agreement between Pipeline and Customer, and taking

into account the operation of Pipeline's system, the gas

received or delivered by Pipeline to Customer shall be subject

to the following specifications and any other specifications

as may be agreed to by Pipeline and Customer:

 

(a) the gas shall be commercially free from foreign

substances and fluids;

 

(b) the gas shall not contain more than 2 grains of hydrogen

sulphide per 100 cubic feet;

 

(c) the gas shall not contain more than 20 grains of total

sulphur per 100 cubic feet;

 

(d) the gas shall not contain an amount of moisture

exceeding that corresponding to saturation at the actual

temperature and pressure of the gas delivered and water

shall not be present in liquid phase.