Trunkline Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2000, Docket: RP96-129-010, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 205 Second Revised Sheet No. 205 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 205




13. QUALITY (Continued)


13.3 If Shipper or Shipper's designee elects to process Gas in

accordance with Section 13.2 and does not process such Gas,

Trunkline, at any time and from time to time, shall have the right

to arrange for any necessary processing of Shipper's Gas.

Trunkline shall invoice applicable Shipper in accordance with

Section 16 herein and such Shipper shall pay Trunkline for all

costs incurred by Trunkline relating to the processing of

Shipper's Gas as necessary to ensure that Trunkline fully recovers

such costs and applicable carrying charges. Trunkline shall have

the right to sell or otherwise dispose of any or all of the

processing products without accounting to Shipper or owner of the

processed Gas.


13.4 Shipper or Shipper's designee will have the right to receive its

allocated retrograde condensate removed at the Terrebonne

Liquids Separation Facility in St. Mary Parish, Louisiana,

associated with its Transportation Service Agreement by electing

to exercise such right in writing at the time the Transportation

Service Agreement is executed and thereafter prior to each

January 1 for the next calendar year. Notwithstanding the

restrictions set forth in the foregoing sentence, an election

will be deemed to be timely for any Transportation Service

Agreement which is in effect at the original effective date of

the tariff sheet containing this provision, if the election is

made any time prior to such date. Retrograde condensate shall

mean the hydrocarbons received as Natural Gas that condense out

of the commingled Gas stream as the Gas is transported through

the pipeline, as allocated each month by the System Allocator

using the allocation method used by the System Allocator during

June 1999, or such other method as may be required by the

Minerals Management Service, or any successor. As used herein,

the System Allocator is the person responsible for applying the

method required by the Minerals Management Service to be used to

allocate volumes of retrograde condensate among persons entitled

to the same. Any change in methods which the Minerals

Management Service requires shall be effective from the first

day of the month following the month in which the decision of

the Minerals Management Service shall be final.