CNG Transmission Corporation

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/1999, Docket: RP99-441-001, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 260 Second Revised Sheet No. 260 : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 260

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Quality

 

B. Possession and Indemnification. Pipeline shall not be

considered to have taken possession of gas where the

gas is not the quality described in Section 2 of the

General Terms and Conditions of this Tariff. If

Customer delivers gas of non-conforming quality to

Pipeline, Customer shall be responsible for, and shall

indemnify and hold Pipeline harmless from, any damages

or liability for injury to, or death of persons or

damage to property of Pipeline or third persons

resulting therefrom. Customer shall reimburse

Pipeline for any costs, liabilities and expenses

incurred by Pipeline as a result of Customer's

non-compliance with the provisions of Pipeline's

Tariff.

 

3. MEASUREMENT

 

3.1 Measurement Unit. The unit of gas deliverable hereunder

shall be one Dt, measured as provided below.

 

3.2 Quantity and Heating Value Determination. The quantity and

heating value of gas received or delivered by Pipeline

shall be determined as follows:

 

A. The unit of volume for the purpose of measurement

shall be one cubic foot of gas at 60 degrees F and dry

and an absolute pressure of 14.73 pounds per square

inch, equivalent to 101.325 kPa and 15 degrees C, and

dry.

 

B. The unit of weight for the purpose of measurement

shall be one pound mass of gas.

 

C. The average absolute atmospheric pressure shall be

assumed to be fourteen and four-tenths pounds to the

square inch (14.4 psi), irrespective of actual

elevation or location of the Delivery Point above sea

level or variations in such atmospheric pressure from

time to time.

 

D. The temperature of the gas flowing through meters,

when necessary for computing gas quantities, shall be

determined for any day by the use of instantaneous

temperature measurements applied to measuring

equipment, by the use of a properly installed

continuous recorder, or by assuming 60 degrees