Crossroads Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2001, Docket: RP02- 14-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 285 Original Sheet No. 285 : Effective





(j) Other types of meters may be used if mutually agreed to by

Transporter and Shipper.


(k) Instrumentation and equipment to provide Records or samples

of gas necessary to determine the specific gravity, heating value, and/or

concentrations of nitrogen or carbon dioxide as required under Sections

26.6, 26.7 and 26.8 hereof may be installed at representative points along

the pipeline in lieu of installing such instrumentation and equipment at

each measuring station.


(l) Upon notice to Shippers, Transporter may prospectively

implement and use any future editions or versions of the American Gas

Association or ANSI reports referenced in this Section 26.


(m) Nothing in this Section 26.9 shall be construed to require

Transporter to construct any facilities.


26.10 Check Measuring Equipment.


(a) Shipper may install check measurement equipment, provided

such equipment does not interfere with the exercise of Transporter's rights

to operate its station under this Tariff.


(b) Transporter, in the presence of Shipper, shall have access to

Shipper's check measuring equipment at all reasonable times, but the

reading, calibration and adjustment thereof and the change of charts shall

be performed only by Shipper, unless otherwise agreed upon.


(c) Shipper shall exercise reasonable care in the installation,

maintenance and operation of its equipment so as to avoid any inaccuracy in

the determination of the quantity of gas delivered.


(d) The Records from such check measuring equipment shall remain

the property of Shipper, but upon request Shipper will submit to

Transporter its Records and charts, together with calculations therefrom,

for inspection, subject to return within 30 days after receipt thereof.