Midwestern Gas Transmission Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/10/2010, Docket: RP10-587-000, Status: Pending

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 219 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 219

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 219







2.3 Gas Quality Testing


Tests to determine sulphur, hydrogen sulphide, oxygen, carbon dioxide and

nitrogen content shall be made by approved standard methods in general use in

the gas industry.


2.4 Refusal of Out of Quality Specification Gas


As to gas which fails to meet the quality specifications set out in

Subsection 2.1 above, or, if applicable, the quality specifications set out in

the transportation agreement or applicable Rate Schedule, Company shall have

the right to refuse to accept delivery of such gas and in the event Shipper

does not correct the quality deficiency within 48 hours Company may terminate

all receipts under the transportation agreement involving the deficient gas.


2.5 Reimbursement of Equipment or Repair Costs


Notwithstanding the exercise by Company of the options in Subsection 2.4 above,

Shipper shall use its best efforts to correct any quality deficiency in the gas

tendered for transportation. Further notwithstanding Company's election under

Subsection 2.4 above, Shipper shall reimburse Company for all expenses incurred

in repairing damages to Company's facilities resulting from deliveries of gas

which do not conform to the quality specifications set forth in Subsection 2.1



Company shall have the right to collect from all Shippers delivering gas to

Company at a common Receipt Point their pro rata share of the cost of any

additional gas analysis and quality control equipment which Company, at its

reasonable discretion, determines is required to be installed at such Receipt

Point to monitor the quality of gas delivered. With respect to Shipper subject

to Rate Schedule(s) FT-A, FT-B, FT-C, FT-D, FT-GS, and/or IT, the collection

shall be by means of an Incidental Charge.


2.6 Separation, Dehydration and Processing


Company at its reasonable discretion may require that some or all of the gas to

be transported be processed to remove liquid and liquefiable hydrocarbons prior

to delivery to Company or may require evidence that satisfactory arrangements

have been made for the removal of liquid and liquefiable hydrocarbons at a

separation and dehydration and/or processing plant on Company's system. In the

event separation and dehydration and/or processing is to occur after delivery

of transportation gas to Company, Company and Shipper shall determine a

mutually agreeable charge for the transportation of liquid and liquefiable



2.7 Minimum Delivery Pressure


Company shall deliver natural gas to Shipper as nearly as practicable at such

pressure as may be agreed upon in the gas service contract, provided that the

maximum pressure shall be Company's line pressure at the Point(s) of Delivery

and the minimum pressure shall be 100 pounds per square inch gauge.