Honeoye Storage Corporation

Original Volume No. 1A

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Effective Date: 08/01/2000, Docket: CP00- 93-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 86 Original Sheet No. 86 : Effective

 

the Month following the Monthe in which Sller gives Customer notice of such

reduction.

 

5. PRESSURE AT POINT OF INJECTION/WITHDRAWAL

 

5.1 Pressure at Point of Injection/Withdrawal. Unless otherwise agreed to by the

parties as set forth in the Service Agreement, Customer shall cause the Gas to be

delivered at the Point of Injection/Withdrawal at a pressure sufficient to allow the

Gas to enter Seller's system at the varying pressures that may exist in such

system from time to time; provided, however, that such pressure of the Gas

delivered or cause to be delivered by Customer shall not exceed the Maximum

Allowable Operating Pressure ("MAOP") which Seller specifies for the Point of

Injection/Withdrawal. In the event the MAOP of Seller's system, at the Point of

Injection/Withdrawal hereunder, is from time to time increased or decreased, then

the MAOP of the Gas delivered or caused to be delivered by Customer to Seller at

the Point of Injection/Withdrawal shall be correspondingly increased or decreased

upon notification by Seller to Customer.

 

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

Injection/Withdrawal hereunder at such pressure as may be necessary to deliver

the natural gas at the prevailing line pressure of Transporter provided that Seller

shall not be obligated to deliver gas at pressure in excess of 750 pounds per square

inch gauge.

 

6. MEASUREMENT AND MEASUREMENT 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 (60) Fahrenheit and an

absolute pressure of fourteen and seventy-three hundreths pounds per

square inch, dry, (14.73 psia) having an average Total Hearting Value per

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

 

(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