MidContinent Express Pipeline LLC

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Effective Date: 04/10/2009, Docket: RP09-136-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 240 Original Sheet No. 240





(9) shall have a combined composition of not

more than one and one-half (1.5) mole percentage of butane plus,

including isobutene, normal butane and all heavier hydrocarbons


(10) shall have a combined composition of total

inert gases (principally nitrogen and carbon dioxide) of not more

than four (4) mole percent; and


(11) shall have a Wobbe Index of not greater than

1400, calculated using Higher Heating Value (HHV), dry, based on the

following mathematical definition:


HHV / (Sqrt (SGgas) )


HHV = Higher Heating Value (Btu/scf)

SGgas = Specific Gravity

Sqrt = Square Root of


(b) MEP may, from time to time, as operationally

necessary, establish and post on the Informational Postings portion

of its Interactive Website an upper limit on the dew point for

receipts on specified segments or other specified locations on its

System (other than Leased Capacity) to prevent hydrocarbon fallout,

or to assure that Gas will be accepted for delivery into downstream

entities. MEP will include in such posting the anticipated duration

of the limitation. MEP will provide as much prior notice as

reasonably practicable and will attempt to provide in the posting at

least ten (10) Business Days prior notice before the limitation

becomes effective. If such prior notice is not practicable, MEP will

explain the reason in the posting why it was unable to give such

prior notice. Upon request, MEP will provide current information

regarding the dew point at any point of receipt into MEP's System

affected by the posting to the operator of that point or any

producer, purchaser, supply aggregator or Shipper with Gas being

tendered at that point. MEP shall not post, under this section, a

cricondentherm dew point temperature of less than fifteen degrees

Fahrenheit (15 degrees F).


(c) With respect to Leased Capacity, Gas received on

the Leased Capacity must meet the Gas quality standards established

by Enogex. MEP will post on its Interactive Website the Gas quality

standards in effect for the Leased Capacity.