Steuben Gas Storage Company

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Effective Date: 06/27/1996, Docket: CP96- 35-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 136 Original Sheet No. 136 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

(b) The Total Heating Value per Cubic Foot of the gas

delivered and redelivered hereunder shall be determined

by a recording calorimeter of standard manufacture or

other method mutually acceptable to both Seller and

Transporter on Customer's behalf and installed so that it

may properly record the gross heat content of the gas at

the Point of Injection/Withdrawal. Where a calorimeter

is used, the arithmetical average of the hourly gross

heat content recording each day shall be deemed to be the

heat content of the gas for that day. Such calorimeter

shall be checked at least once each month to assure its

proper operation and accuracy. An appropriate certified

gas sample of known heat content shall be used to check

the calorimeter accuracy.

 

6.2 Computations of Volume from Meter Readings and Registrations:

The volume of gas delivered or redelivered hereunder shall be

determined in the manner specified in AGA Gas Measurement

Committee report No. 3 ("AGA report No. 3") published in 1978,

as such publication may be revised from time to time, or of

other reports and publications which are mutually acceptable

to Seller and Transporter on Customer's behalf.

 

6.3 Flowing Temperature: The flowing temperature of gas delivered

and redelivered hereunder shall be determined by means of a

standard recording thermometer or other instrument of standard

manufacture accepted in the industry. The flowing temperature

used in determining the flowing temperature factor for each

meter chart shall be the arithmetical average of the

temperature shown by the recording instrument during the

period of time when gas is passing through the meter.

 

6.4 Specific Gravity: The specific gravity of the gas delivered

and redelivered hereunder shall be determined by a recording

specific gravity instrument of standard manufacture or other

method mutually acceptable to Seller and Transporter on

Customer's behalf and installed so that it may properly record

the specific gravity of the gas at the point of delivery.