Steuben Gas Storage Company

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Effective Date: 08/01/1999, Docket: RP99-385-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 135 Second Revised Sheet No. 135 : Effective

Superseding: Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 135

 

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

5. PRESSURE AT POINT OF INJECTION AND POINT OF WITHDRAWAL

 

5.1 Pressure at Point of Injection and Point of Withdrawal.

Unless otherwise agreed to by the parties as set forth in the

Service Agreement, Customer shall deliver or cause the Gas to

be delivered at the Point of Injection at Transporter's

available pipeline pressure, but in no event at a pressure

less than six hundred (600) psig.

 

Unless otherwise agreed to by the parties as set forth in the

Service Agreement, Seller shall tender the Gas to or for the

account of Customer at the Point of Withdrawal hereunder at a

pressure sufficient to enter Transporter's pipeline system,

but in no event at a pressure in excess of one thousand (1000)

psig.

 

 

6. MEASUREMENTS AND MEASURING EQUIPMENT

 

6.1 Unit of Volume:

 

(a) The unit of volume for measurement hereunder shall be

one thousand cubic foot of gas at a temperature of sixty

degrees (60ø) Fahrenheit and an absolute pressure of

fourteen and seventy-three hundredths pounds (14.73#) per

square inch, dry, having an average Total Heating Value

per Cubic Foot of one thousand (1,000) Btus. Volumes

reported in cubic meters, the standard conditions are

101.325 kPa, 15 degrees C, and dry. Volumes reported in

gigacalories, the standard conditions are 1.035646 Kg/cmý,

15.6 degrees C, and dry. Such units shall be determined

by multiplying the number of cubic feet of gas delivered

during each day by the factor arrived at by dividing the

average Total Heating Value per Cubic Foot for such day,

on the basis indicated in Paragraph (b) below, by

one thousand (1,000).