Chandeleur Pipe Line Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 59-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 26 Original Sheet No. 26 : Effective











4.1 (cont'd)


The Gas shall not have a temperature of less than forty

degrees (40 ) Fahrenheit nor more than one hundred twenty

degrees (120 ) Fahrenheit at the Receipt Point.


(b) The water dew point of the Gas delivered by the Shipper

to Chandeleur shall be controlled at the Receipt Point so

as to avoid water condensation at any point in

Chandeleur's pipeline; provided, however, in no event

shall Shipper be allowed to deliver Gas containing more

than seven (7) pounds of water per million (1,000,000)

cubic feet of Gas measured at a pressure base of fourteen

and seventy-three hundredths (14.73) pounds per square

inch and at a temperature of sixty degrees (60 )

Fahrenheit, as determined by a method mutually agreed

upon or, upon failure to agree, by dew point apparatus

approved by the U.S. Bureau of Mines.


4.2 Gas Quality shall be determined by proportional flow sampling

at each Receipt Point. Samples shall be analyzed by an

independent laboratory on a monthly basis. The results of the

analyses will be furnished to Chandeleur monthly for quality

check purposes. In the event either Party desires a test, other

than at the prescribed interval or the results of any test are

questioned, a special test shall be secured at the expense of

the requesting Party upon mutual agreement between the Parties

as to time and method.


4.3 If at any time Gas tendered for delivery by Shipper to

Chandeleur at the Receipt Point shall fail to conform to any of

the quality specifications set forth above, Chandeleur may, at

its option, refuse to accept receipt pending correction of the

deficiency by Shipper.