Quest Pipelines (Kpc)

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 02/01/2008, Docket: RP08-174-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 113 Original Sheet No. 113 : Effective




telephonic notice to Shipper, to refuse to accept all or any

portion of such quality deficient Gas. If KPC refuses to accept

Gas tendered by Shipper because such Gas does not conform to the

specifications set forth herein, Shipper shall not be relieved of

its obligation to pay any Access, Reservation, Transmission or

any other applicable charge in KPC's tariff, Rate Schedules or

Service Agreements.


3.3 KPC shall have the unqualified right to commingle Gas transported

hereunder with Gas from other sources. It is recognized that Gas

delivered at a Point of Delivery may not be the same molecules as

those received at a Point of Receipt. The Quantities of Gas

delivered pursuant to a Transportation Agreement at a Point of

Delivery shall be thermally equivalent to the Quantities of Gas

received at the Point of Receipt, adjusted for Fuel Reimbursement.




4.1 Quantities of Gas received or delivered hereunder at each Point of

Receipt and Point of Delivery shall be determined by either KPC or

Shipper responsible for measurement at such point, as listed on

Exhibit A of the Service Agreement.


The heating value, specific gravity and super-compressibility (Mol

percent of nitrogen and carbon dioxide) values of the Gas shall be

determined at the beginning of receipt and monthly thereafter, or

at such frequency consistent with generally accepted practices in

the natural gas industry. Shipper may be required to test, at the

receipt meter, for bacteria or bacterial agents if KPC so

requires. Tests for bacteria or bacterial agents shall be

conducted on samples taken from the meter run or other appurtenant

piping using American Petroleum Institute (API) test method API-

RP38 or any other test method acceptable to KPC which is currently