K N Interstate Gas Transmission Co.

Second Revised Volume No. 1-B

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Effective Date: 11/01/1994, Docket: RP94-397-002, Status: Effective

Sub. First Revised Sheet No. 13 Sub. First Revised Sheet No. 13 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 13




(e) 7 pounds of water vapor per million cubic feet;



(f) 10 parts per million (0.001 percent) by volume

of oxygen.


(2) Such gas shall be commercial in quality and shall be

free from any foreign material such as solids, sand,

dirt, dust, gums, crude oil, water or hydrocarbons in

the liquid phase, iron particles, and other

objectionable substances which may be injurious to

pipelines or which may interfere with its

transportation or commercial utilization.


(3) The heat content of the gas shall mean the gross

heating value per cubic foot measured on a dry basis

at 14.73 p.s.i.a. delivered at the Point(s) of

Receipt. The gas at each Receipt Point shall have a

heat content not more than 1100 Btu nor less than 950

Btu per cubic foot. Gas at each Receipt Point located

east of Big Springs shall be capable of being blended

down to a maximum 1000 Btu per cubic foot.

Transporter shall have the right to waive such Btu

limits if, in Transporter's reasonable judgment

Transporter is able to accept gas with a Btu outside

such limits without adversely affecting Transporter's



(4) The temperature of such gas shall not exceed 120

degrees Fahrenheit; provided, however, if Transporter

is required to dehydrate the gas at the Point(s) of

Receipt, then the temperature of such gas shall not

exceed 90 degrees Fahrenheit.


(5) The hydrocarbon dew point of such gas shall not exceed

a temperature of 25 degrees Fahrenheit at the pressure

existing at the Point of Receipt.




a. The Party operating the measuring equipment, shall use

approved standard methods in general use in the gas

industry, and shall cause adequate tests to be made to

determine the quality of the gas delivered. Such tests

shall be made at intervals frequent enough that the gas

conforms to these specifications.