Texas Gas Transmission Corporation

First Revised Volume No. 2-A

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Effective Date: 11/01/1990, Docket: RP90-192-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 73 Original Sheet No. 73 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

2.2 Gas received hereunder shall:

 

(a) Not be at a temperature more than one hundred

twenty degrees (120o) Fahrenheit, except where

local conditions require or permit other; nor

less than forty degrees (40o) Fahrenheit; and

 

(b) Not have a hydrocarbon dew point in excess of

ten degrees (10o) Fahrenheit under expected

operating conditions, if the gas is received

in North Louisiana, Kentucky, Indiana, or

Illinois, or other points determined by Texas

Gas; and

 

(c) Not contain less than nine hundred sixty-seven

(967) British thermal units per standard cubic

foot of gas determined on a dry basis.

 

2.3 Gas delivered hereunder shall:

 

(a) Not be at a temperature more than one hundred

twenty degrees (120o) Fahrenheit; and

 

(b) Not contain less than nine hundred eighty-six

(986) British thermal units per standard cubic

foot of gas determined on a dry basis.

 

2.4 Transporter reserves the right:

 

(a) To utilize hydrocarbon dew point curves to

evaluate the gas received to determine if

condensate will form out of the gas into its

pipeline under expected operating conditions;

 

(b) To refuse to accept totally, or in part, gas

that, in its opinion, will create operating

problems during the course of movement through

its pipeline.