Mobile Bay Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-155-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 92 First Revised Sheet No. 92 : Effective

Superseding: Superseding Original Sheet No. 92

 

 

responsible for calculating measured quantities at a point) will estimate

missing or late measurement data and treat the actual volume as a prior

period adjustment. Measurement data available upstream of aggregated

points shall be sent to allocating party and used to allocate the

aggregated volumes back to the upstream points.

 

of meters, instruments and equipment of standard make and design as

specified by Transporter shall be installed, owned, operated and

maintained as mutually agreed to between Transporter and Shipper to

measure accurately the gas delivered and/or redelivered.

 

measurement of the gas shall be by Shipper's measuring equipment only

until Transporter, in its discretion, installs measuring facilities. The

metering and other equipment installed, together with any buildings

erected by it for such equipment, shall be and remain the property of the

installing party, unless otherwise agreed by the parties.

 

rural consumers through farm taps or rural service lines, Shipper shall

install, operate and maintain at its own cost and expense the high

pressure regulators, meters, low pressure regulators and such other

equipment as may be necessary to measure gas and enable Shipper to

receive such gas at the varying pressures in Transporter's lines at the

point or points of delivery, which shall be at the cutoff valves at the

termini of Transporter's service taps located above ground level;

provided, however, that Transporter shall always have the right to install

meters and meter stations in its discretion at all or any such delivery

points. Any service taps and cutoff valves installed by Transporter on its

lines, at the request of a Shipper, shall be made only with Transporter's

consent which shall not be unreasonably withheld, and shall be made at

the expense of Shipper unless such tap and valve is installed at the

request of Transporter.

 

withheld, Transporter shall have the right, upon reasonable notice and at

reasonable times, but not the obligation, to make alterations as may be

necessary to improve upon the efficiency of the delivery, receipt or

measurement of the gas, and the cost of such alterations will be the

responsibility of the owning party.