Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1-D

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Effective Date: 12/28/1999, Docket: GT00- 19-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 12 Original Sheet No. 12 : Effective





(a) 1/4 grain of hydrogen sulphide per 100 cubic



(b) 5 grains of total sulphur per 100 cubic feet;


(c) 1 grain of mercaptans per 100 cubic feet;


(d) 2.0 percent by volume of carbon dioxide;


(e) 6 pounds of water vapor per million cubic

feet; or


(f) 10 parts per million (0.001 percent) by volume

of oxygen.


(2) Such gas shall be commercial in quality and shall be

free from any foreign material such as solids, sand,

dirt, dust, gums, crude oil, water or hydrocarbons

in the liquid phase, iron particles, and other

objectionable substances which may be injurious to

pipelines or which may interfere with its

transportation or commercial utilization.


(3) At a base pressure of 14.73 p.s.i.a. the Total Dry

Heating Value of such gas shall not be more than

1080 Btus nor less than 950 Btus per cubic foot.

Transporter shall have the right to waive such Btu

limits if, in Transporter's reasonable judgment,

Transporter is able to accept gas with a Btu outside

such limits without adversely affecting

Transporter's operations.


(4) The temperature of such gas shall not exceed 120

degrees Fahrenheit; provided, however, if

Transporter is required to dehydrate the gas at the

Point(s) of Receipt, then the temperature of such

gas shall not exceed 90 degrees Fahrenheit.