Mobile Bay Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/1997, Docket: RP97-155-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 94 First Revised Sheet No. 94 : Effective

Superseding: Superseding Original Sheet No. 94



incidental to proper performance under an agreement are located on

premises of the other, then to the extent that it may have the right to do

so, the party owning the premises grants to the owner of said facilities

the right of free ingress and egress to such premises at all times for the

purposes of installation, operation, repair or removal of such facilities.


measurement equipment shall be inspected, tested, calibrated and

adjusted by the Operator thereof as often as Transporter deems

necessary, but not more often than once each month. Transporter and

Shipper shall give to the other notice of the time of all tests of meters

sufficiently in advance of the holding of the test so that the other party

may conveniently have its representative present; provided, however, that

if the measuring party has given such notice to the other party and the

other party is not present at the time specified, then the party giving the

notice may proceed with the test as though the other party were present.

Following any test, any measuring equipment found to be inaccurate to

any degree shall be adjusted immediately to measure accurately. Each

party shall have the right at any time to challenge the accuracy of any

measuring equipment used and may request additional tests. If, upon

testing, the challenged equipment is found to be in error, then it shall be

repaired and calibrated. The cost of any such special testing, repair and

calibration shall be borne by the party requiring the special test if the

percentage of inaccuracy is found to be two percent (2%) or less;

otherwise, the cost shall be borne by the party operating the challenged

measuring equipment. If, upon any test, the metering equipment in the

aggregate is found to be inaccurate by two percent (2%) or more,

registrations thereof shall be corrected for a period extending back to the

time such inaccuracy occurred, if such time is ascertainable, and if not

ascertainable, then back one-half of the time elapsed since the last date of

calibration. If for any reason, meters are out of service or out of repair,

so that the quantity of gas delivered