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Effective Date: 12/01/2001, Docket: CP99-582-004, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 51 Original Sheet No. 51 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

(v) The gross heating value shall be determined at an appropriate location by a

calorimeter, chromatograph, or other device of standard manufacture and shall

be either (1) recorded using charts, digital recorders, etc., in which case

an arithmetic average (to be determined during the period of time during

which flow was occurring at the location of the gross heating value recorder)

of such record shall be the gross heating value of the gas being measured; or

(2) entered as an input to electronic flow computers in which case the gross

heating value being measured will be used in the computation of the Btu

content of the gas. If a gross heating value measuring device is not

installed or available at an appropriate location, then the gross heating

value shall be determined by a mutually agreeable method.

 

5. MEASURING EQUIPMENT FOR VAPORIZED LNG

 

5.1 Southern LNG's Measuring Equipment:

 

Vaporized LNG delivered by Southern LNG to or for the account of Customer shall be measured

either by meters installed, operated, and maintained by Southern LNG, or by such meters as

Southern LNG causes to be installed, operated, and maintained, that are equipped to record

deliveries. Measurement data may be recorded using charts or electronic recorders or

instantaneous flow computations in electronic flow computers. Orifice meter installations

shall conform to the recommendations for design and installation contained in AGA Report No. 3,

as revised August 1992, and as further revised. Turbine meter installations shall conform to

the recommendations for design and installation contained in Gas Measurement Committee Report

No. 7 of the AGA, as published in 1981 and as such report may be further revised. Positive

displacement meter installations shall conform to generally accepted engineering practices in

the industry.