Transcolorado Gas Transmission Company LLC

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/28/2007, Docket: RP08-167-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 264 Original Sheet No. 264 : Effective




10. MEASUREMENT (Continued)


determination of the factors used in such gas measurement, such new method or

technique may be substituted by TransColorado. TransColorado shall promptly

inform all shippers of any new techniques adopted.


10.12 Calibration and Test of Meters. The accuracy of all measuring

equipment shall be verified by TransColorado at reasonable intervals, and if

requested, in the presence of a representative of Shipper, but neither Shipper

nor TransColorado shall be required to verify the accuracy of such equipment

more frequently than once in a 30-day period. If either party at any time

desires a special test of any measuring equipment, it will promptly notify the

other, and the parties shall then cooperate to secure a prompt verification of

the accuracy of such equipment. Shipper shall bear the costs of any special

test requested by Shipper unless the measuring equipment is found to be

inaccurate by 2% or more.


10.13 Correction of Metering Errors. If, upon any test, any measuring

equipment is found to be inaccurate, such equipment shall be adjusted

immediately to measure accurately. If, upon any test, the measuring equipment

in the aggregate is found to be inaccurate by two percent (2%) or more at a

recording corresponding to the average hourly rate of gas flow for the period

since the last preceding test, any payments based upon inaccurate measurement

shall be corrected pursuant to Section 13 of these General Terms and

Conditions at the rate of such inaccuracy for any period that is known

definitely or agreed upon, but in case the period is not known definitely or

agreed upon, such correction shall be for a period extending over one half of

the time elapsed since the date of the last test.


10.14 Failure of Measuring Equipment. In the event any measuring

equipment is out of service or is found registering inaccurately and the error

is not determinable by test, or by previous recordings, receipts or deliveries

through such equipment shall be estimated and agreed to by the parties upon

the first of the following methods that is feasible:


(a) By correcting the error if the percentage of error is

ascertainable by calibration, special test, or mathematical calculation, or,

in the absence of (a);