Texas Eastern Transmission, L P

Seventh Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/16/2009, Docket: RP10-53-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 577 First Revised Sheet No. 577

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 577

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

 

(C) Orifice meter chart recorders or electronic Flow Computers may be used, at

Pipeline's option, to determine Gas quantities. Static and differential

pressures shall be recorded by Pipeline.

 

(D) Where computations of metered quantities require the determination of the

specific gravity of the Gas, a gas chromatograph, a recording gravitometer, or

sampling device shall be installed at a location mutually agreed upon by

Customer and Pipeline.

 

(E) Where the Quantity of Gas requires the continuous determination of heating value

(Btu), a gas chromatograph to measure and record the heating value (Btu) shall

be provided at a location which will measure the Btu content of the Gas

delivered, or at a mutually agreeable location unless alternative heating value

(Btu) determination methods are mutually agreed upon by Customer and Pipeline.

 

7.3 Quantity Estimates

 

Customer and Pipeline shall mutually agree upon the party responsible for reporting the

estimated Quantities of Gas entering or leaving Pipeline's facility to Pipeline's gas

control on a daily basis.

 

7.4 Check Measurement and Auditing Equipment

 

(A) Customer may install, operate and maintain at its own expense, such check

measurement equipment as it shall desire, provided that such equipment shall be

so installed as not to interfere with the operation of other, including

Pipeline's, measurement equipment at or near each interconnection of Pipeline's

facilities with facilities of third parties. Pipeline shall have access to such

check measurement equipment at all reasonable hours, but the reading,

calibrating and adjusting thereof and the changing of charts shall be done only

by Customer.

 

(B) Pipeline may install, operate and maintain at its own expense, such auditing

equipment as it shall desire, provided that such equipment shall be installed as

not to interfere with the operation of other, including Customer's, measurement

equipment at or near each interconnection of Pipeline's facilities with

facilities of third parties, including Customer. Where Customer uses electronic

gas measurement equipment, Customer shall provide or cause to be provided a

modem port, connections and measurement data in a form compatible with

Pipeline's measurement computer system as it may exist from time to time for

Pipeline's monitoring of flow conditions.