Discovery Gas Transmission LLC

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Effective Date: 11/10/1997, Docket: CP96-712-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 176 Original Sheet No. 176 : Effective

 

 

14.13 FAILURE OF METERING EQUIPMENT - If, for any reason,

meters are out of service or out of repair so that the

amount of Gas received or delivered cannot be

ascertained or computed from the reading thereof, the

Gas received or delivered through the period such meters

are out of service or out of repair will be determined

and agreed upon by Transporter and the interconnecting

Operator upon the basis of the data available, using the

first of the following methods that is feasible:

 

a. By using the registration of any check meter(s), if

installed and accurately registering;

 

b. By using the registration of telemetry equipment

connected to Transporter's or Operator's metering

facilities, if installed and accurately registering;

 

c. By correcting the error if the percentage of error

is ascertainable by calibration, test or

mathematical calculation;

 

d. By determining the quantity of receipts or

deliveries during the preceding periods under

similar conditions when the meter was registering

accurately.

 

14.14 PRESERVATION OF MEASUREMENT RECORDS - Upon request of

either Transporter or the Operator, each party will

submit to the other party records from its measuring

equipment, together with calculations therefrom, for the

other party's inspection, verification and copying, if

desired, subject to return within thirty (30) Days after

the receipt thereof. Transporter, however, shall only

be required for the purposes hereof, to retain the

records referred to herein for a period of two (2) Years

from the date of preparation of said records, or such

other period as shall be required by the Commission.