Keyspan LNG, LP (Alng)

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/27/2003, Docket: RP03-241-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 46 Original Sheet No. 46 : Effective

 

Joseph A. Vaszily, Vice President

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

7. BALANCING RECEIPTS AND DELIVERIES (continued)

 

7.2 Estimates and Balancing. Estimates of fuel gas, boil-off gas, and

unaccounted-for gas may be utilized by KLNG to establish

Customer's LNG available for delivery at any time, but final

determination shall be made as soon as practicable, and departures

of estimates of such quantities from such finally determined

quantities shall be balanced out as soon as practicable. The

cutoff for fuel gas and boil off gas for final determination for

the closing of measurement is 5 days after the business month.

 

8. MEASUREMENTS

 

8.1 Unit of Measurement. The unit of measurement for the purposes of

this tariff shall be Dth. All quantities of LNG measured, whether

in the gaseous phase or the liquid phase, shall be reduced to

terms of Dth.

 

8.2 LNG Deliveries in Gaseous Phase. LNG deliveries in the gaseous

phase shall be first measured in Mcf and then converted to Dth by

determining the Total Heating Value per cubic foot as delivered,

multiplying such Total Heating Value by the number of cubic feet

delivered, and dividing by one million.

 

(a) The unit of volume for the purpose of measuring LNG in the

gaseous phase shall be one cubic foot of gas at a temperature

of 60 degrees Fahrenheit and an absolute pressure of 14.73

pounds per square inch, and dry.

 

(b) The volume of gas shall be determined in accordance with, but

not limited to, the published recommendations of the American

Gas Association and the American National Standards Institute

as KLNG deems to be in accordance with accepted industry

practice.

 

(c) The atmospheric pressure shall be assumed to be 14.4 pounds

per square inch, irrespective of actual elevation or location

of the point of measurement above sea level, or variations in

such atmospheric pressure.