American Midstream (AlaTenn), LLC

Fifth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2010, Docket: RP10-493-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 152 Original Sheet No. 152

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (continued)

 

agreed, and such shall be installed, and volumes calculated in accordance with

generally

accepted

industry practices.

 

(d) New Measurement Techniques - If at any time a new method or technique is

developed

with

respect to gas measurement or the determination of the factors used in such gas

measurement,

such

new method or technique may be substituted.

 

4.2 Check measuring equipment: Transporter and Shipper may install, maintain,

and operate,

at its

own expense, such check measuring equipment as desired, provided that such

equipment be

installed

on its own facilities so as not to interfere with the operation of either Party's

measuring

equipment at or

near the Point of Delivery.

 

4.3 Right to be present: Transporter and Shipper have the right to have

representatives present

at the

time of any installing, reading, cleaning, changing, repairing, inspecting, testing,

calibrating, or

adjusting

done in connection with the other's measuring equipment used in measuring or

checking the

measurement of deliveries of gas under the executed Service Contract. The

records from such

measuring equipment shall remain the property of their owner, but upon request

each will submit

to the

other its records and charts together with calculation therefrom, for inspection and

verification,

subject to

return within ten (10) Days after receipt thereof.

 

4.4 Care required: All installations of measuring equipment applying to or

affecting deliveries of

gas

shall be made in such manner as to permit an accurate determination of the

quantity of gas

delivered

and ready verification of the accuracy of measurement. Care shall be exercised

by Transporter

and

Shipper in the installation, maintenance and operation of pressure regulating

equipment so as to

prevent

any inaccuracy in the determination of the volume of gas delivered by

Transporter to Shipper.

 

4.5 Calibration and test of meters: The accuracy of Transporter's measuring

equipment shall

be

verified at reasonable intervals, and if requested, in the presence of

representatives of Shipper or

Transporter, but neither party shall be required to verify the accuracy of

equipment more

frequently than

once in any thirty (30) Day period. In the event either party shall notify the