Kern River Gas Transmission Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 09/01/2002, Docket: RP02-392-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 809 First Revised Sheet No. 809 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 809



Kern River Firm Transportation Services





1.48 "Total Heating Value" shall mean the number of Btu's liberated by the

complete combustion of one Cubic Foot of Gas saturated with water vapor

at a constant pressure of 14.73 psia and temperature of 60 degrees

Fahrenheit with air at the same pressure and temperature and with water

formed by combustion condensed to the liquid state with the number of

Btu's so determined then mathematically adjusted to reflect the actual

water vapor content of the Gas stream from which such Cubic Foot of Gas

was obtained.


1.49 "Transportation" shall mean Transporter's receipt of Gas tendered by

Shipper or for Shipper's account at Receipt Points and delivery of

Thermally Equivalent volumes of Gas (after making allowance for any

requisite fuel or loss reimbursement) to Shipper or for Shipper's

account at Delivery Points.


1.50 "Volume" shall mean the number of units of gas, either specified in Mcf

or Dth.


1.51 "Transporter's System" shall mean Transporter's pipeline and related

facilities, including compression, owned by Transporter, but excluding

the High Desert Lateral as described in Rate Schedule KRF-L1.


1.52 "Mojave" shall refer to Mojave Pipeline Company.


1.53 "Common Facilities" shall mean the natural gas pipeline system extending

from the vicinity of Daggett, California to the vicinity of Bakersfield,

California, to be jointly owned by Transporter and Mojave as tenants-in-



1.54 "Composite Gas Stream" shall mean the composite of all Gas receipts

and/or nominations from all shippers for transportation by Transporter.

Composite Gas Stream shall be the theoretical gas stream that will

result from the combination of all gas receipts from all shippers as

determined by a computer model that utilizes analytical and flow data

generated at each of the Receipt Points. The computer model determines

what the Composite Gas Stream composition will be on a feed forward