Destin Pipeline Company, L.L.C.

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Effective Date: 09/01/1998, Docket: RP98-239-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 54 First Revised Sheet No. 54 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 54




Section 4.2(a) (continued)


Association Report No. 3, Third Edition, and as such report

may hereafter be further revised or superseded (A.G.A.

Report #3). Exact measurements of inside diameters of meter

tubes shall be obtained by means of a micrometer to the

nearest one-thousandth inch. Where turbine meters are

used, volumes shall be corrected in accordance with

formulae, tables and methods set forth in latest addition

of Transmission Measurement Committee Report No. 7 of the

American Gas Association. All volumes shall be corrected

for flowing temperature and specific gravity in accordance

with the provisions of Paragraphs 4.2(d) and 4.2(e) below;


(b) Measurement data may be recorded and/or accumulated by

using digital recorders or flow computers.


(c) When gas is delivered at a pressure in excess of 14.73

pounds per square inch absolute, then for the purpose of

measurement hereunder, such volumes of gas shall be

corrected to a pressure of 14.73 pounds per square inch

absolute. For all offshore locations, and at the

Pascagoula processing plant that straddles COMPANY's

pipeline system, the atmospheric pressure is assumed to be

14.7 pounds per square inch. All other locations shall

have an assumed atmospheric pressure of 14.4 pounds per

square inch. The measurement of gas volumes shall be

adjusted for compressibility in accordance with the method

referenced in A.G.A. Report #3 or such other method as may

be mutually agreed upon by COMPANY and SHIPPER.


(d) The flowing temperature of the gas shall be determined for

the purpose of measured volume correction. Volume shall be

corrected for each degree of variation in the flowing