Kansas Pipeline Company

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/11/1998, Docket: CP96-152-015, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 208 First Revised Sheet No. 208 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 208



2.6 Any provisions of this section requiring that matters be

written or in writing are satisfied by either Shipper or

Kansas Pipeline utilizing electronic data interchange or

electronic transmission through the IEC System in

accordance with the procedures for utilization of the

IEC System.




3.1 Gas received and delivered shall be

merchantable Natural Gas; shall be free of water

and liquid hydrocarbons; shall contain not more

than 7 pounds of water vapor per Mmcf, 1.0 grain of

hydrogen sulphide and 20 grains of total sulphur

(reduced by sulphur caused by odorization equipment)

per 100 cubic feet, 2% of carbon dioxide (by volume),

and 50 parts per million of oxygen; shall not contain

any active bacteria or bacterial agent, including

but not limited to sulphate reducing bacteria and

acid producing bacteria; shall not contain any

hazardous or toxic substances; and shall not exceed

120 degrees Fahrenheit in temperature. The Gas shall

have a total or gross heating value of not less

than nine hundred fifty (950) Btu and not more than

one thousand two hundred (1,200) Btu per cubic foot

at the Point of Receipt. Kansas Pipeline shall not

be obligated to accept Gas for Transportation which

does not meet these quality provisions. Shipper

shall reimburse Kansas Pipeline for any loss, cost,

damage, or expense incurred by Kansas Pipeline as a

direct or indirect result of Shipper's failure to

comply with the provisions of this Section 3.1.


3.2 If the Gas offered for Transportation by Shipper

fails at any time to conform to any of the

specifications set forth herein, then Kansas

Pipeline shall have the right, either by written,