K N Wattenberg Transmission LLC

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Effective Date: 04/01/1993, Docket: CP92-203-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 48 Original Sheet No. 48 : Effective

 

 

General Terms and Conditions - continued

 

meter. However, in the event Transporter does not

install a recording thermometer or temperature

compensated meter, Shipper may install a recording

thermometer and in such case the temperature so

recorded shall be used in correcting to a temperature

of sixty (60) degrees Fahrenheit.

 

(4) When orifice meters are used, the specific gravity of

the gas delivered hereunder shall be determined by

approved methods once a month, or as frequently as

necessary for reasonably accurate determination, and

the specific gravity so obtained shall be used in

computing volumes of gas delivered hereunder.

 

d. The components for determining the deviation from Boyle's

Law, at the pressure and temperature under which

delivered, shall be determined by tests at intervals of

twelve (12) months or at such shorter interval as is found

necessary. The correction factor determined by using

American Gas Association "Report Number Eight" or American

Gas Association "Project NX-19" shall be used in the

computation of deliveries until the next test.

 

e. The heating value of the gas delivered shall be determined

by approved recording calorimeters, gas samples or

chromatographs installed by Transporter at points on

Transporter's system in specified areas.

 

5. MEASURING EQUIPMENT.

 

a. Transporter agrees to install, operate and maintain on its

pipeline at or near each point of connection of the

facilities of Transporter and Shipper (or another party

which is transporting the gas on behalf of Shipper), a

meter or meters of standard type and design to measure all

of the gas to be delivered hereunder. Transporter also

agrees to install, operate and maintain at or near each

Point of Delivery such pressure regulating equipment as

may be necessary.