Clear Creek Storage Company, LLC

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Effective Date: 06/01/2000, Docket: CP98-256-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 63 Original Sheet No. 63 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

14. Measurement and Measurement Equipment

 

14.1 The volume of Gas delivered to Clear Creek or

redelivered to or for the account of Customer shall be

measured by:

 

(1) An orifice meter, designed, installed

maintained and operated as recommended in the latest issue

of American National Standard ANSI/API 2530 (American Gas

Association Gas Measurement Report No. 3), entitled "Orifice

Metering of Natural Gas and Other Related Hydrocarbon

Fluids," as such publication may be revised from time to

time (hereinafter referred to as AGA Report No. 3); or

 

(2) A turbine meter designed, installed,

maintained and operated as recommended in the latest issue

of American Gas Association Transmission Measurement

Committee Report No. 7 entitled "Measurement of Fuel Gas by

Turbine Meters," as such publication may be revised from

time to time (hereinafter referred to as AGA Report No. 7);

or

 

(3) A positive displacement meter, installed and

operated in accordance with generally accepted industry

practices.

 

Auxiliary measuring equipment shall be installed,

maintained and operated in accordance with generally

accepted industry practices.

 

14.2 The volume of Gas delivered to Clear Creek, or

redelivered to or for the account of Customer, shall be

calculated by means of either an electronic flow computer,

or by the processing of meter charts, in either case in the

following manner:

 

(1) When the measuring equipment is an orifice

meter, the flow of Gas through the meter shall be computed

in the manner recommended in AGA Report No. 3, properly

using all factors set forth therein.

 

(2) When the measuring equipment is a turbine

meter, the volume of Gas delivered through the meter shall

be computed in the manner recommended in AGA Report No. 7,

properly using all factors set forth therein.

 

(3) When the measuring equipment is a positive

displacement meter, the volume of Gas delivered through the