Black Marlin Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-110-001, Status: Effective

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

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 208

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

4.5 Measurement: The Unit of Measurement for gas delivered or redelivered

hereunder shall be one thousand (1,000) cubic feet, (one [1] Mcf) of gas

at a base temperature of sixty degrees (60) Fahrenheit and at a base

pressure of fourteen and seventy-three hundredths (14.73) pounds per

square inch absolute.

 

4.6 New Measurement Techniques: If at any time during the term hereof, a

new method or technique is developed with respect to gas measurement,

such new method or technique may be substituted for the gas measurement

set forth in this Section upon mutual agreement thereto by the Parties.

 

5. INSPECTION OF EQUIPMENT AND RECORDS

5.1 Inspection of Equipment and Data: Each party shall have the right to

inspect equipment installed or furnished by the other, and the charts

and other measurement or test data of the other, at all times during

business hours; but the reading, calibration and adjustment of such

equipment and changing of charts shall be done only by the party

installing or furnishing same. Unless the parties otherwise agree, each

party shall preserve all original test data, charts and other similar

records in such party's possession, for a period of at least three (3)

years.

 

5.2 Information for Billing: When information necessary for billing by

Transporter is in the control of Shipper, Shipper shall furnish the

actual information to Transporter on or before the fifth (5th) working

day of the month following the billing month.

 

Monthly Measurement. Transporter shall include any corrections received

on or before five (5) working days after the month in preparation of

monthly measurement statements. Measurement data available upstream of

aggregated points should be sent to the allocating party and used to

allocate the aggregated volume back to the upstream points. The monthly

measurement set will serve as the basis upon which allocations are

performed. For treatment of measurement prior period adjustments, treat

the adjustment by taking it back to the production month. A meter

adjustment becomes a prior period adjustment after the fifth business

day following the business month. Transporter shall process prior period

adjustments within six (6) months of the monthly measurement for the

respective month, subject to an additional three (3) month period for an

affected party, including Transporter, to challenge any prior period

adjustment. Such processing limitations shall not apply in the case of

deliberate omission or misrepresentation to limit Shipper's or

Transporter's other statutory or contractual rights. To the extent an

interconnecting party is contractually or statutorily permitted to

process adjustments beyond the six (6) month period above, Transporter

shall be permitted to process such corresponding adjustments to

Shippers.