White River Hub, LLC

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Effective Date: 11/01/2008, Docket: RP08-645-000, Status: Effective

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(b) Turbine Meters/Positive Displacement Meters. All turbine

meters will be installed and gas volumes computed according to the standards

prescribed in AGA Report No. 7 and AGA ANSI B109.3.


(c) Ultrasonic Meters. All ultrasonic meters will be installed

and gas volumes computed according to the standards prescribed in AGA Report

No. 9.


(d) Square Root Error. If unacceptable square root error or

gauge line error is caused by an interconnecting company's equipment or by a

Shipper on the interconnecting company pipeline, White River will refuse to

accept gas from the interconnecting pipeline at that location until the

problem is corrected. Unacceptable square root error is defined to be equal

to or greater than 0.5%. If there is a disagreement over the degree of error

between White River and the operator of the source, a mutually agreeable

independent third-party will be requested to determine the source and degree

of error. The party deemed responsible for the pulsation source will incur

all costs for the consultation and the installation of remedial devices or

filtering equipment, as necessary.


(e) New Standards. White River may adopt the most recent edition

of: API Chapter 14.3; AGA Report No. 3, Part 2; AGA Report No. 7; and AGA

Report No. 9.


14.9 New Measurement Techniques. If a new method or technique is

developed for gas measurement, the new method or technique may be substituted

by White River. White River will promptly inform all Shippers of any new

techniques adopted.


14.10 Rights Concerning Measurement Equipment.


(a) White River and the operator of any interconnecting

facility, in the presence of each other or their contractually designated

representative, may have access to the other's measurement equipment at all

reasonable times for installing, reading, cleaning, changing, repairing,

inspecting, testing, calibrating or adjusting done in connection with the

other's measurement equipment. Only the party owning the equipment may

perform these operations, unless otherwise agreed. The failure of either party

to witness such operations will not affect the validity of the operations.


(b) The records from measurement equipment will remain the

property of the party owning the equipment, but within ten days of a request,

each will permit the other party to inspect its records and data, together

with related calculations.