Young Gas Storage Company, Ltd.

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Effective Date: 08/01/2010, Docket: RP10-921-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 53A Third Revised Sheet No. 53A

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 53A





2.2 Measurement data available upstream of aggregated points should be

sent to the allocating party and used to allocate the aggregated

volume back to the upstream points. (NAESB Standard 2.3.8)


2.3 Transporter's measurement information provided via EDM shall conform

to the requirements of the Data Dictionary standards as set forth in

NAESB Standards 2.4.4, 2.4.5 and 2.4.6.


2.4 Measurement Specifications. The quantities of Gas measured hereunder

shall be computed in accordance with the specifications prescribed

in said AGA Report No. 3. Factors required in the computations to be

made in accordance with said AGA Report No. 3 shall be determined

from the following information:


(a) The temperature of the Gas flowing through each meter shall be

determined by the use of a recording thermometer and the

arithmetical average of the temperatures so recorded during the

time Gas was flowing shall be used in computing measurements.


(b) The specific gravity of the Gas shall be determined every 6

months by Transporter, or more frequently if found necessary in

practice at each meter, in accordance with an approved method

commonly accepted in the Gas industry. The regular test shall

determine the specific gravity to be used in computations in

the measurement of Gas deliveries until the next regular test,

or until changed by special test.


(c) Deviation from Boyle's Law shall be determined in accordance

with the AGA Report No. 8. The arithmetic average of the

pressure and temperature recorded during the time Gas was

flowing shall be used in the computations. The pressure and

temperature data shall be used in conjunction with data

obtained from a compositional analysis of the Gas which shall

be verified at least once each year, or more frequently if

found necessary in practice.