Crossroads Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2001, Docket: RP02- 14-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 247 Original Sheet No. 247 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

26.9 Measuring Equipment.

(a) Unless otherwise agreed to in writing, Transporter will operate, maintain, and install

measuring stations and equipment by which the volumes of natural gas or quantities of energy delivered by

Transporter are determined.

(b) Unless otherwise agreed to in writing, or unless gas is being received from an interstate

pipeline company which has an approved FERC Gas Tariff governing measurement of gas it delivers, Transporter

will install, operate and maintain measuring stations and equipment by which the volumes of natural gas or

quantities of energy received by Transporter are determined.

(c) Where measuring stations and associated equipment are installed by Shipper, they shall be

designed and installed in accordance with all engineering and other standards and practices as specified by

Transporter, and Transporter shall have the right to be present and inspect the installation of all such

measuring stations and equipment to insure compliance with such standards and practices. Shipper and

Transporter shall agree in writing to reasonable standards and practices by which such measuring stations

and associated equipment shall be operated by Shipper as required to insure the continuous accuracy thereof.

(d) Shipper and Transporter shall have the right to be present at the time of any installation,

reading, cleaning, change of charts, repair, inspection, test, calibration, or adjustment made in connection

with Transporter's or Shipper's measuring stations or equipment used to measure gas received by Transporter

for Shipper or delivered by Transporter to Shipper.

(e) The Records from measuring equipment shall remain the property of the operator of such

equipment, but upon request the operator will submit to the other party its Records, together with

calculations therefrom, for inspection, subject to return within 30 days after receipt thereof.

(f) Orifice meters shall be installed and operated, and gas quantities computed, in accordance

with AGA Report No. 3, American National Standards Institute ANSI/API 2530, "Orifice Metering of Natural

Gas", revised Second Edition, 1985, applied in a practical and appropriate manner, except that the

supercompressibility factor shall be calculated in accordance with Section 26.8 above.

(g) Turbine meters shall be installed and operated, and gas quantities computed, in accordance

with AGA Transmission Measurement Committee Report No. 7, "Measurement of Gas by Turbine Meters", 1985

Edition, applied in a practical and appropriate manner, except that the supercompressibility factor shall be

calculated in accordance with Section 26.8 above.

(h) Diaphragm meters shall be installed and operated, and gas quantities computed, in accordance

with ANSI B109.1 or B109.2, "Diaphragm Type Gas Displacement Meters", 1986, applied in a practical and

appropriate manner, except that the supercompressibility factor shall be calculated in accordance with

Section 26.8 above.

(i) Rotary meters shall be installed and operated, and gas quantities computed, in accordance

with ANSI B109.3, "Rotary Type Gas Displacement Meters", 1986, applied in a practical and appropriate

manner, except that the supercompressibility factor shall be calculated in accordance with Section 26.8

above.