Distrigas of Massachusetts Corporation

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/17/1988, Docket: GT94- 26-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 39 First Revised Sheet No. 39 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 39

3. Measurement of Quantity of Vaporized LNG

 

Seller shall install, maintain and operate at its

Terminal an orifice meter or meters or other instruments such as

turbine meters and a specific gravity measuring instrument or

instruments for measuring and recording the density of vaporized

LNG sold by Seller. Such measuring equipment shall be installed

and operated in accordance with the specifications of Report No.

3 of the Gas Measurement Committee or, if turbine meters are

utilized, Report No. 7 of the Transmission Committee of the

American Gas Association, as such reports are amended from time

to time. The unit of volume for purposes of measurement shall

be one standard cubic foot of gas. The measurement in standard

cubic feet shall be made from operation of equipment as aforesaid

and shall be converted to MMBTU's by use of the average heating

value determined in accordance with Article 2.2. The calculations

of the number of cubic feet delivered shall be made pursuant to

the provisions of Report No. 3 of the Gas Measurement Committee

or, if turbine meters are utilized, Report No. 7 of the

Transmission Committee of the American Gas Association, as such

reports are amended from time to time or other methods as

mutually agreed upon.

 

4. Measurement of Quantity of Liquid LNG

 

4.1 Equipment

 

Seller shall install, maintain and operate at its

Terminal truck scales for weighing LNG trucks. These scales

shall be installed, maintained, operated and verified in

accordance with the regulations of the Massachusetts Bureau of

Weights and Measures.