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Effective Date: 03/01/2008, Docket: RP04- 99-004, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 307 First Revised Sheet No. 307 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 307






(c) shall not contain more than twenty (20) grains of total sulphur,

nor more than one fourth (1/4) of one grain of hydrogen sulphide

per one hundred (100) cubic feet;


(d) shall not contain more than two-tenths of one percent (0.2%) by

volume of oxygen, and Shipper shall make every reasonable effort

to keep the gas free of oxygen;


(e) shall not contain more than four percent (4%) by volume of a

combined total of carbon dioxide and nitrogen components;

provided, however, that the total carbon dioxide content shall not

exceed three percent (3%) by volume.


(f) shall have a temperature of not more than one hundred twenty

degrees (120 degrees) Fahrenheit;


(g) shall have been dehydrated by Shipper for removal of entrained

water present therein in a vapor state, and in no event contain

more than seven (7) pounds of entrained water per million cubic

feet, at a pressure base of fourteen and seventy three hundredths

(14.73) pounds per square inch and a temperature of sixty degrees

(60 degrees) Fahrenheit as determined by dew-point apparatus

approved by the Bureau of Mines or such other apparatus as may be

mutually agreed upon.


3.1 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 shall, from time to time, and as Transporter deems

operationally necessary, establish and post on PASSKEY 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. As set forth below, Transporter shall post on PASSKEY

such limits when operational and engineering considerations on

Transporter's System demonstrate, based on Transporter's determination,

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, storage

facilities, end users, and local distribution companies.


(a) Procedures for Postings. Transporter shall establish Monitoring

Points on its system for the purpose of posting Hydrocarbon

Dewpoint limits pursuant to Section 3.1. For purposes of this

Section, "HDP Segment(s)" shall be that portion of Transporter's

System between Monitoring Points or, for the furthermost upstream

Monitoring Points of Transporter's System, the applicable HDP

Segment shall be the remaining portion of Transporter's upstream