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. 87 Original Sheet No. 87 : Effective

 

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. The arithmetical average of the

hourly specific gravity recording each day shall be deemed to be the specific

gravity of the gas for that day. Such instrument shall be checked by the use of an

Edwards Balance, or by any other method , at intervals mutually agreed to by

Seller and Transporter, on Customer's behalf.

 

6.5 Supercompressibility: Adjustment for the effect of supercompressibility for gas

delivered and redelivered hereunder shall be made according to the provisions of

AGA Report NX-19 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, for the average conditions of pressure, flowing