ANR Storage Company

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Effective Date: 11/01/2007, Docket: RP08- 16-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 141 Second Revised Sheet No. 141 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 141





anhydrous Gas at a temperature of sixty degrees

(60)Fahrenheit and an absolute pressure of 14.73 psia,



7.2 Freedom from Objectionable Matter. The Gas injected

and withdrawn hereunder:


(a) shall be commercially free from dust or other

solid or liquid matter which might interfere with

its merchantability or cause injury to or

interference with proper operation of the lines,

regulators, meters and other equipment of Seller;


(b) shall not contain more than one quarter (.25)

grain of hydrogen sulfide per one hundred (100)

cubic feet of Gas, as determined by methods

prescribed in Standards of Gas Service, Circular

of the National Bureau of Standards, No. 405,

page 134 (1934 edition), and shall be considered

free from hydrogen sulfide (H2S) if a strip of

white filter paper, moistened with a solution

containing five percent (5%) by weight of lead

acetate, is not distinctly darker than a second

paper freshly moistened with the same solution,

after the first paper has been exposed to the Gas

for one and one-half (1-1/2) minutes in an

apparatus of approved form, through which the Gas

is flowing at the rate of approximately five (5)

cubic feet per hour, the Gas from the jet not

impinging directly upon the test paper; or the

H2S content may be determined by an instrument of

approved type and by approved methods agreeable

to the parties;


(c) shall not contain more than twenty (20) grains of

total sulfur (including the sulfur in any

hydrogen sulfide and mercaptans) per one hundred

(100) cubic feet of Gas;


(d) shall not at any time have an oxygen content in

excess of one percent (1%) by volume and the

parties hereto shall make every reasonable effort

to keep the Gas free of oxygen;


(e) shall not contain as nearly as practicable any

free water nor contain more than four (4) pounds

of water vapor per million cubic feet of Gas;