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. 88 Original Sheet No. 88 : Effective

 

temperature and specific gravity at which the gas was measured during the period

under consideration and with the proportionate values of carbon dioxide and

nitrogen in the gas delivered and redelivered included in the computation of the

applicable supercompressibility factors. Customer shall cause Transporter to

exercise due diligence in obtaining initial carbon dioxide and nitrogen fraction

values and to obtain subsequent value of these components quarterly or at other

intervals mutually agreeable to Seller and Transporter, on Customer's behalf.

 

6.6 Assumed Atmospheric Pressure: The average absolute atmospheric (barometric)

pressure shall be assumed to be fourteen and four-tenths pounds per square inch

(14.4 psia) irrespective of actual elevation or location of the point of delivery

above sea level or variations in actual barometric pressure from time to time.

 

6.7 Measuring Equipment: Unless otherwise agreed among Customer, Transporter,

and Seller, the gas which Customer delivers or causes Transporter to deliver to

Seller for storage hereunder and which Seller redelivers to Transporter for the

account of Customer shall be measured by measuring equipment which Customer

shall cause Transporter to own, install and operate at the Point of

Injection/Withdrawal. Customer shall cause the measuring equipment to be of

one-way flow design and of a type and kind generally accepted by the natural gas

industry for the measurement of natural gas in accordance with the provisions of

this Article hereof at the rates of flow and pressures expected to exist at the Point

of Injection/Withdrawal. When orifice meters are used, they shall be of a type

specified and recommended in AGA Report No. 3 as such publication may be

revised from time to time or of other reports and publications which are mutually

agreeable to Seller and Transporter, on Customer's behalf, and the construction

and installation shall be in accordance with the recommendations and

specifications set forth in said agreed to report.

 

6.8 Access to Measuring Equipment, Tests and Charts: Unless otherwise agreed

among Customer, Transporter, and Seller, Customer shall cause Transporter to

provide Seller with access to all measuring equipment at all reasonable hours, but

the reading, calibrating and adjusting hereof and the changing of charts or such

other measuring equipment shall be done by Transporter on behalf of Customer.

Further, Customer shall cause Transporter to provide Seller the right to be present

at the time of any installing, testing, reading, cleaning, changing, repairing,

inspecting, calibrating or adjusting done in connection with the measuring

equipment used in determining the volumes of deliveries and redeliveries