Mid Louisiana Gas Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 20-004, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 173 Original Sheet No. 173 : Effective

 

the record of the recording thermometer, during the time

the gas is flowing shall be deemed to be the gas

temperature for that period.

 

(b) The specific gravity of the natural gas delivered shall

be determined at the beginning of delivery of gas and

with such reasonable frequency thereafter as is found

necessary in practice, and, where applicable, the

average of such determinations shall be used in

computing gas volumes.

 

23.4 When positive displacement meters are used for the measurement

of gas the flowing temperature of the gas at the point of

measurement shall be assumed to be sixty (60) degrees

Fahrenheit and no correction shall be made for any variation

therefrom; provided, however, that Pipeline may install a

recording thermometer, and in the event it does so correction

shall be made for variations in the flowing temperature from

sixty (60) degrees Fahrenheit.

 

24. MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT

 

24.1 Pipeline shall provide and maintain at its own expense at or

near Point(s) of Delivery a measuring station properly

equipped with a meter or meters of standard style, the

measurements of which shall fix the total quantity of gas

delivered by Pipeline to Customer; provided, however, Pipeline

shall not be obligated to install such facilities. Such meter

or meters shall be deemed the exclusive method of measuring

all gas delivered and sold except as hereinafter specified in

situations where Pipeline's meters are not recording

accurately. Upon request, Customer shall be entitled to have

access to the meter or meters at all reasonable times.

 

24.2 The accuracy of Pipeline's measuring equipment shall be

verified by Pipeline at reasonable intervals, and if

requested, in the presence of Customer's representatives;

provided, however, Pipeline shall not be required to verify

the accuracy of such equipment more frequently than once in

any thirty (30) day period. In tHe event either Pipeline or