Granite State Gas Transmission, Inc.

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 03/01/2010, Docket: RP10-322-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 70 Original Sheet No. 70







4.3 Right to be present: Transporter and Shipper shall have the

right to have representatives present at the time of any

installing, reading, cleaning, changing, repairing, inspecting,

testing, calibrating, or adjusting done in connection with the

other's measuring equipment used in measuring or checking the

measurement of deliveries of gas under the gas transportation

contract(s). The records from such measuring equipment shall

remain the property of their owner, but upon request each will

submit to the other its records and charts, together with

calculations therefrom, for inspection and verification, subject

to refund within ten days after receipt thereof.


4.4 Care required: All installation of measuring equipment

applying to or affecting deliveries of gas shall be made in such

manner as to permit an accurate determination of the quantity of

gas delivered and ready verification of the accuracy of

measurement. Care shall be exercised by both parties in the

installation, maintenance and operation of pressure regulating

equipment so as to prevent any inaccuracy in the determination of

the volume of gas delivered under the gas transportation



4.5 Calibration and test of meters: The accuracy of

Transporter's measuring equipment shall be verified by Transporter

at reasonable intervals, and if requested in the presence of

representatives of Shipper, but Transporter shall not be required

to verify the accuracy of such equipment more frequently than once

in any thirty-day period. In the event either party shall notify

the other that it desires a special test of any measuring

equipment, the parties shall cooperate to secure a prompt

verification of the accuracy of such equipment. The expense of

any such special test, if called for, shall be borne by Shipper if

the measuring equipment tested is found to be in error not more

than 2 percent.