Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation
Sixth Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 06/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 11-009, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 514 Original Sheet No. 514 : Effective
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
5. QUALITY OF GAS
The provisions set forth in this Section 5 shall apply to all gas
received or delivered by Pipeline.
5.1 Natural or Artificial Gas
The gas received or delivered by Pipeline hereunder shall be a
combustible gas consisting wholly of, or a mixture of:
(A) Natural gas of the quality and composition produced in its
natural state except that the Pipeline may extract or permit
the extraction of any of the constituents thereof except
(B) Gas generated by vaporization of Liquefied Natural Gas
(C) Manufactured, reformed, or mixed gas consisting essentially
of hydrocarbons of the quality and character produced by
nature in the petroleum, oil and gas fields with physical
properties such that when the artificial pipeline gas is
commingled with natural gas, the two become
5.2 Total Heating Value
(A) No gas delivered hereunder shall have a total heating value
at the Point of Receipt below Nine Hundred Sixty Seven (967)
Btu per cubic foot of dry gas at a temperature of 60o
Fahrenheit and under a pressure of 14.73 psia.
(B) The total heating value shall be determined by gas
chromatographic analysis using AGA 3-1990 factors or any
revision thereof, or by other methods mutually agreed upon
by Customer and Pipeline.
(C) The average total heating value of the gas shall be
determined for any billing period by method or methods
mutually agreed upon by Customer and Pipeline.
The gas shall be commercially free, under continuous gas
flow conditions, from objectionable odors, solid matter,
dust, gums, and gum-forming constituents which might
interfere with its merchantability or cause injury to or
interference with proper operations of the pipelines,
compressor stations, meters, regulators or other appliances
through which it flows.