Kern River Gas Transmission Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2002, Docket: RP01-190-002, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 886 First Revised Sheet No. 886 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 886

 

RATE SCHEDULE SH-1

Kern River Firm Transportation Services

(Continued)

 

ARTICLE 17 - MEASUREMENT (Continued)

 

17.2 Delivery and Receipt Point Heating Value. The total MMBtu at each

Receipt and Delivery Point shall be determined as follows:

 

Total MMBtu = (Vx(THVx1000)) / 1,000,000,

 

Where

V = the Quantity of Gas, in Dth, at the specific Receipt or

Delivery Point

 

THV = the Total Heating Value of the Gas expressed as Btu per

cubic foot of the Gas.

 

17.3 Measuring Equipment Calibration. At least once each month all measuring

equipment, including temperature recorders, is to be calibrated, and

adjusted if necessary, by Transporter in the presence of a

representative of Shipper, if Shipper chooses to be represented. If

Shipper at any time desires a special test of any measuring equipment,

it will promptly notify Transporter, and the Parties will then cooperate

to promptly secure a calibration test and a joint observation of any

adjustments.

 

17.4 Testing and Accuracy. Transporter shall give to Shipper notice of the

time of all regular tests of measuring equipment and other tests called

for herein sufficiently in advance of the holding of tests so that

Shipper may conveniently have its representative present. If, upon any

test, the volume measured by any measuring equipment is found to be

inaccurate by 1.0 percent or more, registrations thereof shall be

corrected at the rate of inaccuracy for any period which is definitely

known and agreed upon, but in case the period is not definitely known

and agreed upon, then for a period extending back one-half of the time

elapsed since the last date of calibration. Following any test,

measuring equipment found inaccurate by any percentage shall be

promptly adjusted to record as accurately as possible. If for any

reason measuring equipment is out of service and/or out of repair so

that the amount of Gas received or delivered cannot be measured or

computed from the reading thereof, the Gas received or delivered during

the period such measuring equipment is out of service and/or out of

repair shall be estimated and agreed upon by the Parties hereto upon the

basis of the best data available, using the first of the following

methods which is feasible: