Western Gas Interstate Company

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/1996, Docket: CP96- 81-006, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 211 Original Sheet No. 211 : Effective






7.4 The design and construction of any facilities to

be installed by Shipper in order to comply with

the quality specifications in Section 7.3 shall be

approved by Western prior to such facilities being

placed in service.


7.5 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.


7.6 As to gas which fails to meet the quality

specifications set out in Section 7.3, or, if

applicable, the quality specifications set out in

the Service Agreement or applicable Rate Schedule,

Western shall have the right to refuse to accept

delivery of such gas, and in the event Shipper

does not correct the quality deficiency within a

reasonable period of time, Western may terminate

the applicable Service Agreement as to the

deficient gas.


7.7 Notwithstanding the exercise by Western of the

options in Section 7.6 above, Shipper shall use

its best efforts to correct any quality deficiency

in the gas tendered for transportation. Further,

notwithstanding Western's election under Section

7.6 above, Shipper shall reimburse Western for all

expenses incurred in repairing damages to

Western's facilities resulting from deliveries of

gas which do not conform to the quality

specifications set forth in Section 7.3.


7.8 Western shall have the right to collect from all

Shippers delivering gas to Western at a common

Receipt Point their pro rata share, based on each

Shipper's MDQ at such Receipt Point, of the cost

of any additional gas analysis and quality control

equipment which Western, and the Shipper agree is

required to be installed at such Receipt Point to

monitor the quality of gas delivered.