T.W. Phillips Pipeline Corp.
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 01/01/2010, Docket: RP10-141-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 35 Original Sheet No. 35
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
4.3. Calibration and adjustment of each party’s meters and related equipment shall be
performed solely by the party. Each party, however, shall provide the other with
seven (7) days prior written notice of all calibration and adjustment, and repre-
sentatives of the other party may be present for such events.
4.4. Either Transporter or Shipper may install, maintain and operate at its own
expense, such check measuring equipment as desired, provided that such equipment
shall be so installed as not to interfere with the operation of the other’s mea-
suring equipment. Any pressure or volume control regulators installed by one
party shall be operated so as not to interfere with the other party’s measuring
4.5. The measuring equipment so installed by either party, together with any building
erected by it for such equipment, shall remain the property of the party that per-
formed the installation. However, either party shall have the right to have re-
presentatives present at the time of any installing, cleaning, changing, repairing,
inspecting, testing, calibrating or adjusting done in connection with the other’s
measuring equipment used in measuring or checking the measurement of the delivery
of Gas. The records from such measuring equipment shall remain the property of
their owner, but upon request each will submit to the other its records, together
with calculations there from, for inspection and verification, subject to return
within 30 days after receipt thereof.
4.6. Transporter and Shipper shall preserve for a period of at least five (5) years all
test data and other similar records or such longer period as may be required by the
5. PRESSURES AT RECEIPT AND DELIVERY POINTS
5.1. Unless otherwise agreed between Transporter and Shipper, Shipper shall deliver Gas
to Transporter at the pressure required from time to time to enable the Gas to
enter Transporter’s facilities at the Receipt Point. Unless otherwise agreed
between Transporter and Shipper, Transporter shall deliver Gas to Shipper at
Transporter’s line pressure existing at the Delivery Point, subject to Transporter
protecting its operational integrity and pressure requirements, if any, specified
in the FT and IT Agreements.
5.2. Atmospheric Pressure – For purposes of measurement, calculations, and meter cali-
bration, the average absolute atmospheric (barometric) pressure shall be 14.4
psia. In the event electronic computer measurement is used, the absolute Gas
pressure will be measured directly, using an absolute pressure measuring device
for continuous input to the electronic computer.