Mississippi River Transmission Corp.

Original Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 02/01/1990, Docket: GT90- 12-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 44 First Revised Sheet No. 44 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 44

 

 

 

TRANSPORTATION

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

4. MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES (Continued)

 

4.9 Inspection of Records. The source documents from the

measuring equipment shall remain the property of the party or parties

operating such equipment at the Transporter Receipt and/or Delivery

Point(s) and shall be kept on file for a period of not less than three

(3) years; provided, however, that volume statements required for any

verification of statements or charges pursuant to Section 6 of the

Transportation General Terms and Conditions shall be retained for a

period of not less than three (3) years. At any time within such

period, upon request of either party, the other party will submit

source documents from the measuring equipment, together with

calculations therefrom, for the other party's inspection and

verification subject to return to the party operating such equipment

within thirty (30) days from receipt thereof.

 

5. QUALITY

 

5.1 Specifications. Unless otherwise specified in the

Transportation Service Agreement or unless Transporter waives the

specification detailed herein if such waiver will not impair the

integrity of Transporter's system, the gas received or delivered under

the terms of the Transportation Service Agreement shall conform to the

following specifications:

 

(a) Solids. The gas shall be commercially free from solid

matter, dust and gum forming constituents which might cause injury

to or interference with proper operation of the lines, meters,

regulators or other appliances through which it flows.

 

(b) Oxygen. The gas shall not at any time have an

uncombined oxygen content in excess of .05% by volume, and the

parties shall make every reasonable effort to keep the gas free

from oxygen.