Kern River Gas Transmission Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/2000, Docket: RP00-288-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 85 Original Sheet No. 85 : Effective






4. QUALITY (Continued)


4.1 Gas Quality at Delivery Point(s). (Continued)


(k) will not contain any toxic or hazardous substance, in

concentrations which, in the normal use of the Gas, results

in an unacceptable risk to health, is injurious to pipeline

facilities, is a limit to merchantability or contrary to

applicable governmental standards;


(l) will have a minimum Total Heating Value of not less than

nine hundred seventy (970) Btu's per Cubic Foot of Gas on a

dry basis;


(m) will have a temperature of not less than forty degrees (40)

Fahrenheit, and not more than one hundred twenty degrees

(120) Fahrenheit.


4.2 Gas Quality at Receipt Point(s). Gas nominated or delivered by

Shipper to Transporter at the Receipt Point(s) for Transportation

will comport with the requirements set forth in Paragraph 4.1

herein, or be subject to rejection and non-acceptance by

Transporter pursuant to Section 4.5 (with the exception of the

following Gas blending rights).


4.3 Gas Blending Rights. Notwithstanding Section 4.2, if the

Composite Gas Stream contains less than ninety-five (95)% of the

maximum allowable concentration of hydrogen sulfide (4.1(h)),

mercaptan sulfur (4.1(i)), total sulfur (4.1(j)), nitrogen or

carbon dioxide (4.1(f)), or total inerts (4.1.g)), then

Transporter will allow reduced restrictions on said Gas components

as described below and Shipper may tender, at any Receipt Point,

Gas which contains not more than:


(a) one (1) grain of hydrogen sulfide per 100 Cubic Feet of Gas,

subject to the condition that the volume weighted average

hydrogen sulfide content of the Composite Gas Stream does

not exceed 0.25 grain per 100 Cubic Feet of Gas; and