Kentucky West Virginia Gas Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-104-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 108 First Revised Sheet No. 108 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 108

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

of their owner, but upon request each will submit to the other

its records and charts, together with calculations therefrom,

for inspection and verification, subject to return within thirty

(30) days after receipt thereof. Except as expressly provided

for herein, Customer shall have no rights of access to

Pipeline's equipment.

 

5.4 Pressure Protection

 

Pressure regulation, pressure override, and pressure relief

valves, or other pressure limiting devices installed and

operated by the Pipeline at the measuring station, or point of

delivery, shall only be for the purpose of operation and

protection of the Pipeline's measuring equipment.

 

5.5 Testing of Meters

 

The accuracy of the Pipeline's measuring equipment shall be

verified by Pipeline at reasonable intervals, and, if requested,

in the presence of representatives of the Customer, or as agreed

between both parties.

 

(a) The Pipeline shall not be required to verify the accuracy of

orifice meter equipment more frequently than once in any

thirty (30) day period.

 

(b) The Pipeline shall not be required to verify the accuracy of

meter equipment, other than orifice meter equipment, more

frequently than once in any ninety (90) day period.

 

5.6 Measuring Equipment Inaccuracy and Failure

 

The quantity of gas delivered hereunder during periods when the

measuring equipment is out of service or registering inaccurately

shall be estimated as follows:

 

(a) If, upon test, any billing meter or related instrument or

device of which are used in the registration, integration,

or computation of quantities which affect the billing

hereunder is found to be in error to the extent that

it introduces not more than a two percent (2%) measurement

error in the individual billing meter or meters affected,

previous records of such equipment shall be considered

accurate in computing deliveries hereunder; but such

equipment shall be adjusted at once to function correctly.

If, upon test, any such measuring equipment shall be found

to be inaccurate to the extent that it causes the end result

measurement of the individual billing meter or meters so