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Effective Date: 11/22/2003, Docket: RP04- 67-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 66 Original Sheet No. 66 : Effective

 

(e) The specific gravity of the gas delivered to Transporter

shall be determined by the Delivering Pipeline.

 

(f) The deviation of the natural gas from Boyle's Law shall be

determined by American Gas Association Par Research Project

NX-19 or any superseding applicable publications by the

American Gas Association.

 

(g) The closing of measurement shall be the later of the fifth

(5th) Business Day after the close of the month or the third

Business Day after receiving a statement from the relevant

Delivering Pipeline stating the quantities delivered to

Transporter.

 

4. MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT

 

4.1 Measuring Facilities: Unless Transporter agrees otherwise, all

necessary measuring facilities shall be installed, owned,

maintained and operated by Transporter or Transporter's designee

at or near the applicable receipt point(s) and delivery point(s).

 

(a) Orifice Meters: Orifice meters, if used, shall be

installed, and gas quantities computed, in accord with

American National Standard Bulletin ANSI/API 2530, AGA

Report No. 3, Orifice Metering of Natural Gas, dated May 16,

1985, and any modifications and amendments thereof, and

shall include the use of flange connections and

straightening vanes.

 

(b) Diaphragm, Rotary or Turbine Meters: Diaphragm or Rotary

meters, if used, shall be installed and gas quantities

computed, in accordance with generally accepted industry

practices. Turbine meters shall be installed in accordance

with AGA Report No. 7 (latest edition) with quantities

computed in accordance with generally accepted Industry

practices.

 

(c) Electronic Flow Computers: The use of electronic or other

types of flow computers is required, unless otherwise

mutually agreed, and such equipment shall be installed, and

quantities calculated, in accord with generally accepted

industry practices.