Phillips Gas Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 47-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 35 Original Sheet No. 35 : Effective

 

 

Border Gathering System pipeline. Each Shipper for whom

deliveries are made to Phillips Texas Border Pipeline

Company's Texas Border Gathering System at the southern

terminus of PGPL's pipeline hereby authorizes deliveries to

Phillips Texas Border Pipeline Company for further

transportation on Shipper's behalf and further covenants with

PGPL that it has entered into separate and satisfactory

transportation arrangement with Phillips Texas Border Pipeline

Company for the transportation of such volumes delivered to

Phillips Texas Border Pipeline Company at the southern

terminus of PGPL's pipeline shall be considered to be equal to

the volume, composition and heating content of the gas

received by PGPL for transportation less allocable line loss,

company use gas and unaccountables, determined through an

analysis of all sources and dispositions of gas from PGPL's

Seagas Pipeline and Phillips Texas Border Pipeline Company's

Texas Border Gathering System.

 

4.2 Measurement Basis: All volumes of gas shall be computed to

a standard cubic foot at a pressure base of 14.65 pounds per

square inch absolute and at a temperature base of sixty degrees

(60ø) Fahrenheit. Orifice meters shall be installed and volumes

computed in accordance with American Gas Association,

Orifice Metering of Natural Gas, Gas Measurement Committee

Report No. 3, reprinted September, 1985, or the latest revision

thereof. In making such measurements, the flowing

temperature of the natural gas and the variable factors

necessary to calculate the metered volumes in accordance with

the ideal gas laws and the variable factors to correct for

deviation from the ideal gas laws shall be in accordance with

the rules, regulations and determinations of the regulatory

authority having jurisdiction; and unless otherwise therein

provided or measured, the absolute atmospheric pressure shall

be as specified in the applicable service agreement. The value

of the Reynolds number factor, expansion, manometer factor,

supercompressability factor, and the gauge location factor, or

any one of them, may be assumed by PGPL to be one (1.0). At

PGPL's option the temperature of the gas passing the meters

shall be determined by use of a recording thermometer so