Vector Pipeline L.P.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/01/2003, Docket: RP03-489-001, Status: Effective

Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 111 Substitute First Revised Sheet No. 111 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 111

2. The party measuring Gas quality shall use approved standard

methods in general use in the Gas industry, and shall cause

adequate tests to be made to determine the quality of the Gas

delivered. Such tests shall be made at intervals frequent enough

to determine that the Gas conforms to these specifications.


3. If the Gas being received by Transporter from Shipper or on behalf

of Shipper fails at any time to conform to any of the

specifications set forth in Section 2.1, Transporter may refuse to

receive the Gas, in which case Transporter shall notify the Person

delivering such Gas of such deficiency in quality to allow such

Person to remedy any deficiency. Upon such Person's failure to

promptly remedy any deficiency in quality as specified in Section

2.1, Transporter may terminate all receipts under the

Transportation Agreement or accept delivery of such Gas and may

make changes necessary to bring such Gas into conformity with such

specifications, and the Shipper shall reimburse Transporter for

any reasonable expense incurred in effecting such changes or for

any injury or damages resulting from deliveries of non-conforming



4. The design and construction of any facilities to be installed by

Shipper in order to comply with the quality specifications in

Section 2.1 shall be approved by Transporter prior to such

facilities being placed in service, such approval not to be

unreasonably withheld.




1. The volume and the total heating value of Gas received and

delivered by Transporter shall be determined as follows:


(a) The unit of Gas received and delivered by Transporter shall

be a Dekatherm.


(b) The unit of volume, for the purpose of measurement, shall be

one cubic foot of Gas. The readings and registrations of the

measuring equipment provided for herein and determinations

of Gross Heating Value shall be computed in terms of such



2. The factors required to determine the volume of Gas received, such

as pressure, temperature, specific gravity and deviations from

Boyle's Law, shall be calculated in accordance with the American

Gas Association Bulletin Number 3 and any modifications and

amendments thereof, and applied in a practical manner.