Cameron Interstate Pipeline, LLC

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Effective Date: 11/01/2008, Docket: RP08-647-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 140 Original Sheet No. 140






16.2 Measurement Operations and Equipment. Measurement operations shall

include, but not be limited to, the operation, calibration and

testing of the Remote Terminal Unit ("RTU"), transducers, chart

recorders, meter runs, gas quality monitoring devices, control

valves and responsibility for quantity calculations for the

measurement facility. Pipeline may allow Shipper or third parties

the right to perform measurement operations, provided, however, such

Shipper or third party shall furnish to Pipeline all data required

for flow computation and meet Pipeline's measurement and operating

standards; and provided, further, such Shipper or third party which

performs such measurement operations shall be responsible for any

and all associated costs of such measurement operations unless

otherwise agreed by Pipeline and Shipper or third party.

Measurement equipment shall consist of the necessary metering

devices, designed and installed in accordance with the current

published recommendations of the American Gas Association or as

mutually agreed upon by Shipper and Pipeline. Measurement equipment

shall be installed, operated and maintained at or on each

interconnection of Pipeline's facility with facilities of third

parties; provided, however, Pipeline shall have the right to require

and may install or cause to be installed electronic gas measurement

and control equipment at all points.


(a) Where orifice measurement equipment is to be used, it

shall utilize "Flange Tap Connections" and the static

pressure shall be measured at the downstream flange tap



(b) An electronic temperature transducer, a recording

thermometer or other mutually acceptable device shall be

installed at the measuring station to measure the

flowing gas temperature.