Sea Robin Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/04/1997, Docket: RP97-411-001, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 30 Third Revised Sheet No. 30 : Superseded

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 30





4.11 NEW MEASUREMENT METHODS - Any new methods of measurement,

electronic or otherwise, that conform to industry standards for orifice, turbine, or other

metering methods may be used by Transporter as it deems necessary, upon notification

to Shipper.


4.12 CHECK MEASURING EQUIPMENT - Either party may install, maintain

and operate at its own expense, at or near each Transporter Receipt Point and/or each

Transporter Delivery Point such check measuring equipment as desired, provided that

such equipment is installed so as not to interfere with the operation of any other

measuring equipment.


Whenever any Receipt or Delivery Point provided for is on the premises of the

delivering party, the receiving party shall have the right of free use and ingress and

egress at all reasonable times for the purpose of installation, operation, repair or

removal of such check measuring equipment.


In the event check measuring equipment is installed by either party, the other

party shall have access to the same at all reasonable times, but the reading, calibration

and adjusting thereof and the changing of charts shall be done only by the party

installing the checking equipment.



may elect to construct, install, and operate flow control equipment at any location on its

System whenever it determines in its reasonable judgment that such equipment will

contribute to the safe, reliable, efficient and orderly operation of the System.


4.14 PRIOR PERIOD ADJUSTMENTS - The deadline for closing measurement data

shall be no later than 5 business days after the month of flow. Any measurement

data or corrections received by Transporter (including corrections to allocations)

after it has closed the previous month of flow shall be handled as a prior period

adjustment. Transporter shall process late measurement data or corrections of

measurement errors under Section 4.10 as soon as practicable but no later than 6

months after the applicable month of flow in question. The correction shall be

made to the month of flow for allocation and billing purposes. If SHIPPER

disputes the measurement adjustment, it will have 3 months after the prior

period adjustments is made to provide information that rebuts the adjustment.

Excluding government required rate changes and as otherwise provided herein, no

prior period adjustments of any kind shall be made after 6 months following the

invoiced month for transportation. These deadlines do not apply in the case of

deliberate omission or misrepresentation or mutual mistake of fact. The

parties' other statutory or contractual rights shall not be diminished

by this provision. Any prior period adjustments not taken into account at the

time of billing shall not affect the calculation of the 80% throughput test

under Rate Schedule FTS-2.