Kern River Gas Transmission Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2009, Docket: RP09-723-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 528 Second Revised Sheet No. 528

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 528

 

. RATE SCHEDULE CH-1 .

Kern River Firm Transportation Services

(Continued)

 

ARTICLE VII - MEASUREMENT AND MEASURING EQUIPMENT

 

7.9 Calibration and Test of Meters. (Continued)

 

to secure a prompt verification of the accuracy of such equipment. Any

Shipper requesting such a special test of Transporter's measuring

equipment will bear Transporter's out-of-pocket costs of the test if the

equipment is found to be accurate within one percent (1%).

 

7.10 Correction of Metering Errors. If, upon test, any measuring equipment,

including Transporter's Btu measuring equipment, is found to be in error

by not more than one percent, previous recordings of such equipment will

be considered accurate in computing deliveries of Gas, but such

equipment will be adjusted at once to record accurately.

 

If, upon test, any measuring equipment is found to be inaccurate by an

amount exceeding one percent of the average rate of flow for the period

since the last preceding test, such equipment will be adjusted at once

to record accurately, and any previous recordings of such equipment will

be corrected to zero error for any period which is known definitely; but

in case the period is not known or agreed upon, such correction will be

for a period extending over one-half of the time elapsed since the date

of the last test.

 

7.11 Correction of Stated Metered Volumes. NAESB WGQ 2.3.14: "Measurement

data corrections should be processed within 6 months of the production

month with a 3 month rebuttal period. This standard will not apply in

the case of deliberate omission or misrepresentation or mutual mistake

of fact. Parties' other statutory or contractual rights will not

otherwise be diminished by this standard."

 

7.12 Failure of Meters. In the event a meter is out of service or

registering inaccurately, the Volume of Gas delivered will be

determined:

 

(a) By correcting the error if the percentage of error is

ascertainable by calibration, tests or mathematical calculation;

or, in the absence of (a), then

 

(b) By estimating the Quantity of delivery by deliveries during the

periods under similar conditions when the meter was registering

accurately; or, in the absence of both (a) and (b), then