Hardy Storage Company, LLC

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Effective Date: 04/01/2007, Docket: CP05-150-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 165 Original Sheet No. 165 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Cont'd)

 

26.12 Correction of Metering Errors. If, upon any test, any measuring

equipment is found to be in error, such that the resultant aggregate error

in the computed volumes of gas and quantities of energy received or

delivered does not exceed two percent (2%), such errors may be taken into

account in a practical manner in computing the volumes of gas and quantities

of energy received or delivered. All equipment shall, in any case, be

adjusted at the time of test to record correctly. If, however, the

resultant aggregate error in the computed volumes of gas and quantities of

energy received or delivered exceeds two percent (2%), previous Recordings

of such equipment, and the corresponding volumes of gas and quantities of

energy received or delivered, shall be corrected to zero error for any

period which is known definitely or agreed upon, but in case the period is

not known definitely or agreed upon, such correction shall be for a period

extending over one half of the time elapsed since the date of the last test,

not exceeding a correction period of 16 Days.

 

26.13 Failure or Absence of Measuring Equipment.

 

(a) Failure of Measuring Equipment. In the event any

measuring equipment is out of service, or is found registering inaccurately

and the error is not determinable by test, previous Recordings from such

equipment, or the volumes of gas or quantities of energy received or

delivered through such equipment, shall be estimated:

 

(1) by using the registration of any check meter or

meters if installed and accurately registering;

 

(2) in the absence of check meters, by correcting the

error if the percentage of error is ascertainable by

calibration, special test or mathematical calculation;

 

(3) in the absence of check meters or the possibility of

calibrations, by using Recordings or quantities received or

delivered through such equipment during periods under similar

conditions when the equipment was registering accurately; or

 

(4) as otherwise agreed by Seller and Interconnecting

Party.