Reliant Energy Gas Transmission Company

Fifth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/01/2002, Docket: RP03- 60-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 264 First Revised Sheet No. 264 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 264

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

3. MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT (continued)

 

unless otherwise agreed. If turbine meters are used, they shall

be installed and operated in accordance with the AGA Committee

Report No. 7, as amended from time to time, unless otherwise

agreed. If other types of measurement devices or instruments are

used, the installation and operation of such facilities shall be

in accordance with terms and procedures reasonably acceptable to

Transporter, in view of its operational requirements and

constraints.

 

3.3 Accuracy. All measuring equipment shall be installed in such

manner as to permit an accurate determination of the quantity of

Gas received or delivered and ready verification of the accuracy

of measurement. The parties shall exercise reasonable care in the

installation, maintenance and operation of check measuring or

pressure regulating equipment or Gas compressors so as to prevent

inaccuracy in the determination of the quantity of Gas being

measured. When Transporter determines that pulsation problems or

other measurement inaccuracies exist, in addition to any remedies

otherwise available to it, Transporter shall have the right to

require Shipper or other third parties to install pulsation

dampening equipment and/or to regulate Gas flows in a manner which

would prevent or eliminate such problems or inaccuracies.

Following notice to the affected parties and pending the

correction of the problem, measurements based on charts or meters

at any such affected points for system operating purposes shall be

made in a manner which reasonably adjusts or compensates for the

inaccuracy identified.

 

3.4 Meter Testing. The accuracy of the primary measuring equipment

shall be verified by the primary measuring party at reasonable

intervals, and, if requested, in the presence of representatives

of the non-measuring party, but the primary measuring party shall

not be required to verify the accuracy of such equipment more

frequently than once in any ninety (90) Day period.

 

3.5 Meter Correction. Readings, calibrations, tests, repairs and

adjustments of the primary measuring party's metering and testing

equipment, and changing