Dominion Transmission, Inc.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/17/2003, Docket: RP03-550-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 1019 First Revised Sheet No. 1019 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 1019






2.1 Quality Specifications Applicable to All Deliveries of Gas.

All gas delivered by Pipeline to Customer at the Delivery

Points shall have a total heating value of not less than

967 Btu per cubic foot. The gas delivered by Pipeline to

Customer shall be commercially free from objectionable

odors, dust, or other solid or liquid matters which might

interfere with the merchantability of the gas or cause

injury to or interference with proper operation of the

lines, regulators, meters, or other appliances through

which the gas flows. The assurances of this Section 2.1

and of Section 11D.1.A, below, notwithstanding, Pipeline

and Customer acknowledge that quantities delivered directly

from Pipeline's gathering system are field quality gas,

which has not been treated or processed and therefore may

not, at all times, meet the quality specifications of this

Section 2.1.


2.2 Quality Specifications Applicable To All Receipts Of Gas.

All gas delivered by Customer to Pipeline at the Receipt

Points shall conform to the following specifications.

A. Hydrogen Sulfide and Total Sulfur: The gas shall

contain not more than one quarter (1/4) grain of

hydrogen sulfide per one hundred cubic feet and not

more than twenty grains total sulfur or sulfur

compounds per one hundred cubic feet.

B. Carbon Dioxide and Nitrogen: The gas shall contain

not more than three percent by volume of carbon dioxide,

not more than four percent by volume of nitrogen, and shall

contain not more than five percent by volume of combined

nonhydrocarbon gases including, but not limited to,

carbon dioxide, nitrogen and oxygen.

C. Oxygen: The gas shall not contain in excess of

two-tenths of one percent by volume of oxygen, and the

parties agree to exercise every reasonable effort to

keep the gas completely free of oxygen.

D. Dust, Gums, etc.: The gas shall be free of

objectionable odors, dust, gum, dirt, impurities and

other solid or liquid or hazardous matter which might