Sea Robin Pipeline Company, LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/31/2004, Docket: RP05- 87-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 174 Original Sheet No. 174 : Effective

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

13. MEASUREMENT (Continued)

 

13.8 Calibration and Tests of Meters

 

Chromatographs, if used, shall be calibrated by the measuring

party at least monthly against mutually agreed upon standard

gas sample. At least once each Month all secondary measurement

equipment shall be verified or calibrated and adjusted as

necessary by the measuring party unless a less frequent

verification/calibration frequency is mutually acceptable to

both parties. The other party may, at its option, be present

for such calibration and adjustment. The measuring party shall

give the other party notice of the time of all tests

sufficiently in advance of conducting same so that both parties

may conveniently have their representatives present. Following

any test, any measuring equipment found to be inaccurate to any

degree shall be adjusted immediately to measure accurately.

 

13.9 Access to Meters, Charts and Records

 

The other party shall have access at all reasonable times to

the measuring equipment and all other instruments used by the

measuring party in determining the measurement and quality of

the gas delivered under the Service Agreement, but the reading,

calibrating, and adjusting thereof shall be done only by

employees, agents or representatives of the measuring party.

The charts and records shall be kept on file by the measuring

party for a period of three (3) years for mutual use of the

parties hereto.

 

13.10 Correction of Metering Errors

 

If measurement equipment or any other equipment is found to be

inoperative or inaccurate, such equipment shall be adjusted to

register correctly, and the amount of error shall be determined

by the most accurate method feasible. If the inaccuracy shall

have resulted in an error of more than 1% in the measurement of

gas, then the calculated deliveries of gas shall be adjusted to

compensate for such error. Such adjustment shall be made for

such period of inaccuracy as may be definitely known. If the

period of inaccuracy shall not be definitely known, then such

adjustment shall be made for the last half of the period (but