Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1-D

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Effective Date: 12/28/1999, Docket: GT00- 19-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 13 Original Sheet No. 13 : Effective

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SERVICES - continued

 

 

(5) The hydrocarbon dew point of such gas shall not

exceed a temperature of 25 degrees Fahrenheit at the

pressure existing at the Point of Receipt.

 

4.1 QUALITY TESTING

 

a. The Party operating the measuring equipment, shall use

approved standard methods in general use in the gas

industry, and shall cause adequate tests to be made to

determine the quality of the gas delivered. Such tests

shall be made at intervals frequent enough that the gas

conforms to these specifications.

 

b. If gas tendered fails to meet the specifications of these

Buffalo Wallow General Terms and Conditions, the measuring

Party shall notify the other Party of such failure. The

receiving Party may refuse to accept such gas. The Party

tendering non-specification gas shall indemnify the

receiving Party for any injury, damage, loss, or

liability caused by the delivery of such gas, except to

the extent the receiving Party knowingly and willingly

accepts such non-specification gas.

 

5. MEASUREMENTS.

 

5.1 The unit of volume for the purpose of measurement and for the

determination of total heating value shall be the cubic foot of

gas as defined in Section 2 above. Volumes of gas measured at

prevailing meter pressures and temperatures shall be corrected

to the unit of volume defined above by the procedures described

hereinbelow.

 

a. Orifice Meters: Installation of orifice meters and the

determination of volumes delivered through orifice meters

shall conform to the recommendations in "Gas Measurement

Committee Report Number Three" of the American Gas

Association as amended, revised or superseded from time to

time. Values of the orifice thermal expansion, manometer,

and gauge location factors shall be assumed to be unity.