Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC

Fourth Revised Volume No. 1-B

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Effective Date: 12/28/1999, Docket: GT00- 19-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 15 Original Sheet No. 15 : Effective





c. Positive Displacement Meters: Installation of

positive displacement meters and the determination

of volumes delivered through such meters shall

conform to the recommendations in "Gas Measurement

Manual Displacement Measurement Part Number Two"

of the American Gas Association as amended,

revised or superseded from time to time.


5.2 The volume of gas delivered through each Point of

Delivery and Receipt shall be corrected to a base

temperature of sixty (60) degrees Fahrenheit by using:


a. The arithmetic average of the hourly temperatures

recorded by a properly installed continuously

operated recording thermometer, or


b. A meter containing a temperature operated device,

hereinafter referred to as a temperature

compensated meter, through the operation of which

the meter correctly registers the volume,

corrected to sixty (60) degrees Fahrenheit, or


c. An assumed temperature of the gas flowing through

the meters of fifty (50) degrees Fahrenheit in the

case of any small volume delivery where

Transporter does not elect to install a recording

thermometer or temperature compensated meter;

provided, however, in the event Transporter does

not install a recording thermometer or temperature

compensated meter, Shipper may install a recording

thermometer and in such case the temperature so

recorded shall be used in correcting to a

temperature of sixty (60) degrees Fahrenheit.


5.3 When orifice meters are used, the specific gravity of

the gas delivered shall be determined by approved

methods once a month, or as frequently as necessary for

reasonably accurate determination, and the specific

gravity so obtained shall be used in computing volumes

of gas delivered hereunder.