Nautilus Pipeline Company, LLC

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Effective Date: 12/01/1997, Docket: CP96-790-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 104 Original Sheet No. 104 : Effective







(g) Calibration and Testing Equipment. All test and

calibration equipment shall be certified to 0.1%

accuracy and traceable back to an NGS primary

standard. Such equipment shall be re-certified

by a third party at least annually. A copy of

any inspection, test or certification report

shall be made available to Shipper upon written

request. Transporter shall provide Shipper with

documentation on the monthly tests and inspection

and the annual certification for the equipment

used to calibrate the EGM equipment. Calibration

equipment must satisfy all applicable safety

codes for the location in which it is being used,

or the area must be checked and confirmed as free

of Natural Gas (less than 5% LEL) prior to and

during use. Full loop (end device through the

RTU) test/calibration shall be required on all

analog inputs. Any adjustments to or calibration

of the equipment shall be documented and kept as

part of the audit trail. The RTU shall freeze

the analog transmitter values during transmitter

calibration and orifice plate removal and use

these frozen values for the flow computation

during calibration and orifice plate removal and



(h) The following information must be kept for a

minimum of two (2) years following the calendar

year of production, unless required by Service

Agreement to be kept longer or by the applicable

requirements of any governmental bodies having or

asserting jurisdiction.


(1) All calculated volumes, energies and daily

averages must be maintained in their

original unaltered form.