UGI LNG, Inc
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 06/01/2009, Docket: RP09-365-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 23 Original Sheet No. 23
5. DETERMINATION OF DELIVERIES
The quantity of liquefied natural gas delivered by Company to
Customer shall be determined by having the transportation vehicles
weighed on scales designated by Company before and after loading.
Customer shall have the option to witness all such weighings. The
weight of liquefied natural gas so delivered shall be converted
into dekatherms in accordance with the American Gas Association Gas
Measurement Committee Report No. 5 of Fuel Gas Energy Metering, as
amended, expanded or superseded from time to time, applied in an
6. TERMINAL DELIVERY REQUIREMENTS
6.1 Delivery Into Trucks
(a) Storage withdrawals may also be made under this rate schedule by
truck at the loading platform at Company's liquefied natural
gas storage facility.
(b) Customer shall give Company at least 72 hours notice prior to each
such withdrawal; such notice shall state the time the carrier
will arrive at Company's liquefied natural gas storage facilities
and the quantity of liquefied natural gas to be received.
Company, in its sole judgment, may waive the 72-hour notice period.
(c) Customer's and/or its carrier company's transportation vehicle
shall be in complete compliance with all codes and regulations
pertaining to the design, construction and operation of
containers for the transportation of liquefied natural gas.
Company may refuse to load any LNG tank truck if, in
Company' sole opinion, such LNG tank truck is unsafe or
unsuitable for loading, or if the driver of such LNG tank truck
fails to provide a Form MCS 90 or other similar certificate
demonstrating sufficient automotive liability insurance
overage for vehicles operating on UGIES' premises.
(d) Customer and/or its carrier company shall have proper insurance
and Customer shall provide Company with a certificate of insurance,
satisfactory to Company, prior to the movement of any vehicle onto
Company's property. Company may refuse to load any LNG tank truck
if the driver of such LNG tank truck fails to provide a Form MCS 90
or other similar certificate demonstrating sufficient automotive
liability insurance coverage for vehicles operating on UGIES' premises.