Texas Eastern Transmission, L P

Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/02/2009, Docket: RP10-30-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 572C Original Sheet No. 572C





event that Pipeline's acceptance of such gas under this Section

5.5(A) results in the diminution in quality, quantity or economic

value of gas transported for others, Customer who injects or

causes to be injected such gas into Pipeline's system shall be

liable for any damage caused thereby and such Customer shall

indemnify and hold Pipeline harmless from any damage caused

thereby; provided, however, that Customer shall not be obligated

to indemnify Pipeline for any damage resulting from Pipeline's

negligence or willful misconduct in its handling of the gas

pursuant to this Section 5.5(A).


(B) Notwithstanding the requirements set forth in this Section 5,

Pipeline may grant a waiver to allow Customer to tender or cause

to be tendered gas which does not, when injected into Pipeline's

facilities, meet the quality specifications set forth in Section

5; provided that acceptance of such gas shall not adversely affect

Pipeline's system facilities or operations, and further provided

that once such gas has been blended, to the extent blending

occurs, the commingled gas stream at any delivery point on

Pipeline's system shall be compliant with the quality

specifications set forth in Section 5. Pipeline shall post on the

LINK® System any waiver pursuant to this Section 5.5(B). Pipeline

shall implement this Section 5.5(B) on a non-discriminatory basis

and may cancel any such waiver at any time if necessary to assure

that the commingled gas stream is compliant with the quality

specifications set for the in Section 5 at any delivery point on

Pipeline's system.


(C) Gas Quality Phase-In of Existing Production

(i) The exemption contained herein only applies to receipt

meter facilities where receipts of natural gas began

flowing on or before May 1, 2009 into Pipeline's system

directly from production wells, a gathering system or a

processing facility, but such receipts do not meet (i) the

upper or lower Wobbe Number limits in GT&C Section

5.2(A),(ii) the upper Btu limit in GT&C Section 5.2(A),

(iii) the carbon dioxide limit in GT&C Section 5.3(C), or

(iv) the C2+ limit in GT&C Section 5.3(I), or any

combination thereof, and only to the extent that such gas

flowing on or before May 1, 2009 did meet the gas quality

specifications in Section 5 of the GT&C as they were in

effect at that time ("Exempt Receipts").