Northwest Pipeline Corporation

First Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 04/17/1992, Docket: RP92-141-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 404 First Revised Sheet No. 404 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 404






2.3 Delivery Points. Transporter shall deliver gas for Shipper's

account at the delivery points set forth on Exhibit "B" of the executed

Transportation Agreement. The parties may mutually agree in writing

to amend said Exhibit "B" to add or delete delivery points, subject to

the Priority of Service provisions of this FERC Gas Tariff, First

Revised Volume No. 1-A.


These points can include both points which Transporter operates as

physical delivery points from its mainline, as well as any point on

Transporter's mainline which Transporter and Shipper have contractually

agreed to treat as a delivery point for the purpose of transferring the

gas from one Transportation Agreement with Transporter to another.


2.4 Transporter's Delivery Pressure. Transporter shall deliver gas for

Shipper's account at the pressures existing from time to time in Trans-

porter's facilities at the points of delivery.




3.1 Gas Quality at Receipt Points. All Gas delivered by Shipper to

Transporter at the Receipt Points shall conform to the following



(a) Hydrocarbon Liquids and Liquefiables: The hydrocarbon dew

point of the gas delivered shall not exceed fifteen degrees Fahren-

heit at any pressure between 100 psia and 1,000 psia as calculated

from the gas composition and shall be free from hydrocarbons in the

liquid state. At all times, any and all liquid or liquefiable hy-

drocarbons, or any other constituent or by-product, recovered from

the gas by Transporter, after delivery of gas to Transporter shall

be and remain the exclusive property of Transporter.

(b) Hydrogen Sulfide and Total Sulfur: The gas shall contain not

more than one quarter grain of hydrogen sulfide per one hundred

cubic feet and not more than twenty grains total sulfur per one

hundred cubic feet.

(c) Carbon Dioxide and Nitrogen: The gas shall contain not more

than three percent by volume of either carbon dioxide or nitrogen

individually and shall contain not more than five percent by volume

of combined nonhydrocarbon gases including, but not limited to,

carbon dioxide, nitrogen and oxygen.

(d) Dust, Gums, etc.: The gas shall be commercially free of dust,

gums, dirt, impurities and other solid matter.

(e) Heating Value: The total gross heating value of the gas

deliverable hereunder shall not be less than 985 Btu.