Crossroads Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2001, Docket: RP02- 14-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 270 Original Sheet No. 270 : Effective







25.1 General Requirement. Natural gas delivered to Transporter hereunder

shall at all times conform to the quality provisions set forth in this

Section. Transporter shall not be required to receive gas from Shipper or

for Shipper's account which does not conform to the requirements of this

Section. Shipper shall indemnify Transporter and save it harmless from all

suits, actions, regulatory proceedings, damages, costs, losses and expenses

(including reasonable attorney fees) arising out of the failure of said gas

to conform to such quality provisions.


25.2 Gas. The gas delivered to Transporter 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;


(b) gas generated by vaporization of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG); or


(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

gases are commingled they become indistinguishable with respect to the

physical properties of the mixture.


25.3 Quality Standards for Gas Received by Transporter. All gas received

into Transporter’s pipeline system shall conform to the following quality

specifications, regardless of source:


(a) The gas shall not contain in excess of seven (7) pounds of

water vapor per million cubic feet of gas at the base pressure and

temperature of 14.73 psia and 60ºF. The water vapor content will be

determined in accordance with approved methods in use in the gas industry,

using apparatus approved by Transporter.