Arkansas Western Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/08/1997, Docket: RP97-187-007, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 8 Second Revised Sheet No. 8 : Superseded

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 8

transportation. The point of receipt (whether one or more)

shall be specified in the applicable Service Agreement.

2.21 "Pooling" shall mean 1) the aggregation of gas from multiple

physical and/or logical points to a single physical and/or

logical point, and/or 2) the disaggregation of gas from a

single physical or logical point to multiple physical and/or

logical points.

2.22 "Psia" shall mean pounds per square inch, absolute.

2.23 "Psig" shall mean pounds per square inch, gauge.

2.24 "Shipper" shall mean the party receiving service pursuant to an

executed FTS or ITS Service Agreement.

2.25 "Transportation" shall mean the transmission of gas whether by

exchange, backhaul or any other actual or constructive method

of movement.

2.26 "Transporter" shall mean Arkansas Western Pipeline Company.

2.27 "Year" shall mean a period of 365 consecutive days, or 366

consecutive days when such period includes a February 29.




3.1 The volumetric measurement base shall be one (1) cubic foot of

natural gas at a pressure base of fourteen and seventy-three

hundredths (14.73) psia, a temperature base of sixty degrees

(60ø) Fahrenheit, and without adjustment for water vapor

content. Except as otherwise provided by law, the volume of

natural gas delivered at the Point of Receipt and at the Point

of Delivery hereunder shall be computed in accordance with the

standards prescribed in Gas Measurement Report No. 3 of the

American Gas Association, dated April 1955, as revised

September 1969, and from time to time amended, supplemented or

superseded. All quantities of natural gas given herein,

unless otherwise stated, are in terms of the unit of volume set

forth above in this Section 3.1.


3.2 For the purpose of measurement, calculations and meter

calibration, the average absolute atmospheric (Barometric)

pressure for each Point of Receipt and Point of Delivery shall

be assumed to be 14.4 pounds per square inch, irrespective of

the actual location or elevation above sea level of the Points

of Receipt or Delivery or of variations in actual atmospheric

pressure, from time to time.