*ANR Pipeline Company*

*Second Revised Volume No. 1*

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 1-005, Status: Effective

**Original Sheet No. 125 **Original Sheet No. 125 : Superseded

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

through the meter shall be computed by properly

applying, to the volume delivered at flowing Gas

pressures and temperatures, correction factors for

(i) absolute static pressure, (ii) flowing Gas

temperature, and (iii) compressibility ratio.

(b) The volume of Gas delivered shall be computed using the

standards and factors determined as follows:

(1) The unit of volume for the purpose of measurement

shall be one thousand cubic feet of Gas at a

temperature of sixty (60) degrees Fahrenheit and a

pressure of 14.73 pounds per square inch absolute.

For the purpose of pricing hereunder, the Dekatherm

equivalent of such unit of volume shall be

determined by multiplying each such unit of volume

by the total heating value per cubic foot of the Gas

delivered hereunder (adjusted to a common

temperature and pressure base) and by dividing the

result by one thousand (1000).

(2) The average absolute atmospheric (barometric)

pressure at each Receipt Point and each Delivery

Point shall be assumed to be equal to the value, in

pounds per square inch, shown in the table below

corresponding to the location of the Receipt Point

or Delivery Point, irrespective of the actual

location or elevation above sea level of the Receipt

Point or Delivery Point or of variations in actual

atmospheric pressure from time to time:

Michigan; Wisconsin; Indiana;

Kentucky; Tennessee; Illinois;

Iowa; Missouri; Ohio 14.4

Onshore Louisiana; Offshore Louisiana;

Offshore Texas 14.7

Oklahoma; Kansas; Texas Panhandle 13.5

Wyoming 12.1