Ozark Gas Transmission, L. L. C.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1998, Docket: CP98-266-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 71 Original Sheet No. 71 : Effective





3.2 Atmospheric Pressure. For the purpose of measurement,

calculations and meter calibration, the average absolute

atmospheric (Barometric) pressure for each Point of

Receipt and Point of Delivery shall be as specified in an

executed Service Agreement irrespective of variations in

natural atmospheric pressure from time to time.


3.3 Temperature. The temperature of the Natural Gas shall be

determined at the point of measurement by means of

recording thermometers of standard manufacture acceptable

to Transporter and Shipper to be installed in accordance

with the recommendations contained in Gas Measurement

Report No. 3, as aforesaid, and the arithmetic average of

hourly temperatures of Day shall be used in computing

temperatures of the Natural Gas during each Day.


3.4 Specific Gravity. The specific gravity of the Natural

Gas shall be determined at the point of measurement by

one of the following methods:


(a) By means of a properly installed recording

gravitometer of standard manufacture acceptable to

Transporter and Shipper, or


(b) By use of a portable specific gravity balance of

standard manufacture acceptable to Transporter and

Shipper. Such determination to be made at least

once every six (6) Months, or


(c) By means of a calculated specific gravity derived

from a gas chromatograph determination.


3.5 Measuring Equipment. Unless otherwise agreed upon,

Transporter will install, maintain and operate or cause

to be installed, maintained and operated measuring

stations equipped with orifice meters and other necessary

metering and measuring equipment by which the volumes of

Natural Gas received and delivered under an executed

Service Agreement shall be determined. Orifice meters

shall be installed and operated in accordance with said

Gas Measurement Committee Report No. 3. Shipper may

install check measuring equipment at its own cost and

expense; provided, however, that such equipment shall be

so installed as not to interfere with the operations of

Transporter. Transporter and Shipper, in the presence of

each other, shall have access to the other's measuring

equipment at all reasonable times, but the reading,

calibrating and adjusting thereof and the changing of

charts shall be done