Williams Natural Gas Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/1995, Docket: RP95-303-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 206 Second Revised Sheet No. 206 : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 206








(a) WNG will provide nondiscriminatory access to all sources of

supply in accordance with Part 284 of the Commission's

regulations and will not give shippers of its gathering

affiliate(s) undue preference over shippers of nonaffiliated

gatherers or other customers in scheduling, transportation,

storage or curtailment priority; and


(b) WNG will not condition or tie its agreement to provide

transportation service to an agreement by the producer,

customer, end-user, or Shipper relating to any service by any

gathering affiliate(s), any service by it on behalf of its

gathering affiliate(s), or any services in which its gathering

affiliate(s) are involved.




3.1 Gas Delivered


Gas delivered by WNG shall be of merchantable quality and shall

have a system-wide weighted average heat content of not less than

950 Btus per cubic foot on a dry basis.


3.2 Gas Received


Unless (1) otherwise specified in the executed Service Agreement,

(2) specifically excluded pursuant to paragraph (k) below, or (3)

arrangements acceptable to WNG to process, condition or treat

non-conforming gas are made, all gas tendered to WNG at any receipt

point hereunder shall conform to the following specifications:


(a) Liquids: The gas shall be free from hydrocarbons and water in

their liquid state at the temperatures and pressures delivered

and shall not have a hydrocarbon dew point in excess of forty

degrees Fahrenheit (40 deg. F.) as calculated from a chemical

analysis based upon an assumed pressure of seven hundred fifty

(750) pounds per square inch absolute.


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

more than one quarter (1/4) grain of hydrogen sulfide per one

hundred (100) cubic feet and not more than twenty (20) grains

total sulfur per one hundred (100) cubic feet.