Cimarron River Pipeline, LLC

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Effective Date: 09/01/2008, Docket: CP08-17-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 154 Original Sheet No. 154




4.2 Testing and Repair of Measurement Equipment: (continued)


(c) If for any reason the meter(s) are out of service or out of

repair so that the amount of gas received and/or delivered cannot be

ascertained or computed from the readings, the gas received or delivered

during the period shall be determined using the first applicable of the

following methods:


(i) Using the data recorded by any check measuring

equipment if registering accurately;


(ii) Correcting the error if the percentage of error is

ascertainable by calibration, test, or mathematical calculation;



(iii) Using deliveries under similar conditions during a

period when the equipment was registering accurately.


(d) Inspection of Data and Records: The data and records from

Transporter's measuring equipment shall remain the property of Transporter

and shall be kept on file for not less than two years. Shipper or Shipper's

designee shall retain its similar measurement records for the same period.

Any Shipper inquiries regarding measurement equipment and testing, including

but not limited to, measurement charts, records, or audits of charts and

records shall be directed to Transporter's Manager, Measurement.


(e) Telemetering: Unless otherwise mutually agreed in writing on a

not unduly discriminatory basis, Transporter and Shipper shall each have the

right, but not the obligation, to install and operate electronic gas flow

metering equipment with telemetry at any Receipt and Delivery Points.

Custody measurement taps will not be shared under any circumstance; however,

any shared measurement taps in place as of the initial effective date of

this Tariff are exempted from this prohibition.