Mogas Pipeline LLC (Fomerly Missouri Interstate Gas)

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2008, Docket: CP06-407-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 55 Original Sheet No. 55 : Pending






4. Measurement (continued)


4.4 (b) Such measurement, both volumetric and thermal, shall be

at a temperature of 60? Fahrenheit and at a pressure of 14.73

psia, and on the basis of the methods prescribed and published by

the American Gas Association in conjunction with generally

accepted industry practices. The Btu content (Dth) shall be

determined by taking the arithmetic average of the heating value

as recorded by recording chromatograph or other method of

determination generally accepted in the industry. Flowing

temperature shall be determined by recording thermometer, or

electronic gas measurement.


(c) All measuring stations shall be acceptable to

Transporter and installed and operated to conform to recognized

industry standards, using flange connections and, where

necessary, pulsation dampening equipment. Auxiliary equipment

shall be installed so as not to interfere with the measurement of

either party.


(d) Either Transporter or Shipper may witness the

installation or maintenance of the other's equipment. Neither

Transporter nor Shipper shall be required to verify accuracy more

often than once during any 30-day period. If, upon test,

accuracy is found to be within two (2) percent by volume

(chromatograph/calorimeter within 0.5 percent), such equipment

shall be assumed to be accurate. Any error exceeding these

percentages will require correction to zero error of previous

recordings back to the date error began. If beginning date of

error is unknown, correction shall extend to one-half the time

since the last test, not to exceed thirty days.


5. Pressures at receipt and delivery points


Unless otherwise agreed between Transporter and Shipper, Shipper

shall deliver gas to Transporter at the pressure required from

time to time to enable the gas to enter Transporter's facilities

at the Receipt Point. Unless otherwise agreed between

Transporter and Shipper, Transporter shall deliver gas to Shipper

at Transporter's line pressure existing at Delivery Point,

subject to Transporter protecting its operational integrity and

to minimum pressure requirements, if any, specified in the

service agreement.