ANR Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/05/2010, Docket: RP10-824-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 129 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 129

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 129





similar conditions when the meter was registering accurately.


12.5 If at any time during the term hereof, a new method or technique

is developed with respect to Gas measurement or the

determination of the factors used in such Gas measurement, such

new method or technique may be substituted upon mutual agreement

thereto by both parties.


12.6 The parties agree to preserve for a period of at least three

(3) years or such longer period as may be required by public

authority, all test data, charts, if any, and other similar



12.7 Shipper or Transporter may install, maintain, and operate

odorizing (at a Delivery Point only), regulating, telemetering,

heating and fogging equipment at its own expense as it shall

desire at each Receipt Point or Delivery Point, and the operator

of such equipment at its own expense shall provide the other

party a suitable site therefor and allow the other party free

access to and use of the site; provided that such equipment

shall be so installed, maintained and operated as not to

interfere with the operation or maintenance of the operating

party's measuring equipment at each Receipt Point or Delivery

Point. All such equipment as Shipper or Transporter shall

desire to install shall be constructed, installed and operated

to conform to the other party's requirements. Shipper or

Transporter may remove any of its equipment installed on such

site at any time.




Gas delivered to, and received by, Transporter, shall meet the

following specifications:


13.1 Heat Content. Heat content shall mean the gross heating value

per cubic foot of Gas delivered at each Receipt Point and

Delivery Point. The Gas at each Receipt Point shall have a heat

content not greater than 1200 BTUs per cubic foot nor less than

967 BTUs per cubic foot when determined on a dry basis.

Transporter shall have the right to waive such BTU content

limits if, in Transporter's sole opinion, Transporter is able to

accept Gas with a BTU content outside such limits without

affecting Transporter's operations. The total heating value per

cubic foot of Gas shall be determined at each Receipt Point and

each Delivery Point by one of the following methods: