ANR Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/01/2007, Docket: RP04-435-006, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 131 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 131 : Effective

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 131





(d) shall not at any time have an oxygen content in excess of

one percent (1%) by volume and the parties hereto shall

make every reasonable effort to keep the Gas free of



(e) shall be free of water and hydrocarbons in liquid form and

shall in no event contain water vapor in excess of seven

(7) pounds per million cubic feet of Gas;


(f) shall not contain more than two percent (2%) by volume of

carbon dioxide;


(g) shall be delivered at a temperature not in excess of one

hundred twenty (120) degrees Fahrenheit or less than forty

(40) degrees Fahrenheit; and


(h) shall not contain more than three percent (3%) by volume

of nitrogen.


(i) shall not contain any toxic, hazardous materials or

substances, or any deleterious material potentially

harmful to persons or to the environment, including but

not limited to, polychlorinated biphenyls and substances

requiring investigation, remediation or removal under any

law, regulation, rule or order in effect from time to



13.3 Hydrocarbon Dewpoint. Transporter may not refuse to accept

delivery of Gas with a Hydrocarbon Dewpoint equal to or less than

15 degrees Fahrenheit ("F"), provided that such Gas satisfies all

other applicable provisions of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff.

This Standard shall be referred to as Transporter's Hydrocarbon

Dewpoint Safe Harbor. Transporter may, from time to time, as

operationally necessary, establish and post on its Internet site

a limit on Hydrocarbon Dewpoint (no lower than the Hydrocarbon

Dewpoint Safe Harbor) for receipts on specified HDP Segments to

cure or prevent hydrocarbon liquid fallout. Transporter may post

on its Internet site such limits when operational and engineering

considerations on Transporter's System upstream of designated

Monitoring Points demonstrate the need for such limits in order

to prevent anticipated hydrocarbon liquid fallout, to correct

problems from actual hydrocarbon liquid fallout, or to assure

that gas would be accepted for delivery into interconnects,

including with interstate or intrastate pipelines, end users, and

local distribution companies.