Central Kentucky Transmission Company

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2006, Docket: CP05- 48-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 220 Original Sheet No. 220 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

26.8 Supercompressibility.

 

(a) The deviation of the natural gas from the Ideal Gas Laws shall be

determined:

 

(1) in accordance with the American Gas Association, Par

Research Project NX-19 report, titled "Manual for the Determination of

Supercompressibility Factors for Natural Gas", Reprinted 1976, if the

composition of the natural gas is such to render this procedure

applicable, or

 

(2) by any other method mutually agreed upon by Transporter and

Interconnecting Party.

 

(b) If the measurement method used by Transporter requires the

concentrations of nitrogen and carbon dioxide, the concentrations of

nitrogen and carbon dioxide shall be determined by chromatographic or other

generally accepted analytical method at Transporter's option:

 

(1) where Electronic Measurement equipment is provided,

 

(a) by contemporaneous application of continuous

instantaneous measurements of the concentrations of nitrogen and

carbon dioxide, or by contemporaneous application of the

arithmetic or other average of the concentrations of nitrogen

and carbon dioxide for the time during which gas was flowing,

 

(b) by prospective application of the arithmetic or other

average of the concentrations of nitrogen and carbon dioxide

Record, or

 

(c) by prospective application of the results of analyses

of samples of the gas; or

 

(2) where Electronic Measurement equipment is not provided,

 

(a) by the contemporaneous application of the arithmetic

or other average of the hourly or daily concentrations of

nitrogen and carbon dioxide, or

 

(b) by prospective application of the results of analyses

of samples of the gas; or

 

(3) by any other method or methods mutually agreed upon by

Interconnecting Party and Transporter.