Westgas Interstate, Inc.
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-163-003, Status: Effective
Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 45 Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 45 : Effective
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 45
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
(c) By estimating the quantity of gas received or
delivered based on receipts or deliveries during
preceding periods under similar conditions when the
measuring equipment was registering accurately.
5.13 PRESERVATION OF RECORDS. Shipper and Transporter
shall preserve for a period of at least 3 years, or for
such longer period as may be required by appropriate
authority for test data, charts or other similar records.
5.14 THE SEQUENCE OF GAS RECEIPT. Unless otherwise agreed
to by Shipper and Transporter, all gas received by
Transporter under all firm schedules shall be deemed to
have been received by Transporter prior to the receipt of
any gas under Rate Schedule IT from Shipper on any day.
5.15 MEASUREMENT CLOSE: The cutoff for the closing of
measurement is 5 business days after business month.
5.16 MEASUREMENT PRIOR PERIOD ADJUSTMENTS:
For treatment of measurement prior period adjustments,
treat the adjustment by taking it back to the production
month. A meter adjustment becomes a prior period
adjustment after the fifth business day following the
(a) For reporting measurement prior period
adjustments, report it with the restated line item
with new total quantity for the day and the month.
(b) Missing or late measurement data shall be
estimated by the measuring party. In such instances,
Transporter shall treat actual data as a prior period
(c) Measurement data corrections should be processed
within 6 months of the production month with a 3
month rebuttal period. This standard shall not apply
in the case of deliberate omission or
misrepresentation or mutual mistake of fact.
Parties' other statutory or contractual rights shall
not otherwise be diminished by this limitation.