Atmospheric Pressure Sample Clauses

Atmospheric Pressure. The average absolute atmospheric shall be assumed to be the pressure value as reasonably determined for each meter location pursuant to generally accepted practices such as from published local data or by calculating from a local elevation. If the pressure transmitter being used is capable of measuring actual atmospheric pressure, then actual atmospheric pressure may be used.
Atmospheric Pressure. The atmospheric pressure at the Delivery Point shall be deemed to be 14.65 psia at sea level corrected to actual elevation.
Atmospheric Pressure. The atmospheric pressure at the Delivery Point shall be based upon 14.73 Psia at sea level, corrected to actual elevation in accordance with the October 1981 standards in the American Petroleum Institute. Manual of Petroleum Standards, and may be assumed to be constant for calculation purposes.
Atmospheric Pressure. For the purpose of measurement, calculation and meter calibration, the average absolute atmospheric (barometric) pressure shall be 14.4 pounds per square inch or based on the actual altitude of each point of measurement irrespective of variations in natural atmospheric pressure from time to time, or such other pressure as agreed upon by ELC and Customer.
Atmospheric Pressure. The atmospheric pressure shall be assumed to be Standard Pressure, irrespective of the actual elevation of the measuring station(s) above sea level or variations in atmospheric pressure that may occur from time to time.
Atmospheric Pressure. Atmospheric pressure from 1.08×105 to 5.1×104pa (-20 inches to +20 inches) is allowed.
Atmospheric Pressure. The Atmospheric Pressure shall be the actual atmospheric pressure at different elevations per the attached Exhibit A. Exhibit A shall be updated by the Operating Parties from time to time to reflect additions or deletions of Metering Facilities covered by this Agreement.
Atmospheric Pressure. For the purpose of measurement atmospheric pressure shall be determined by a recognised formula applied to the nearest one hundredth of a kilopascal absolute (.01 kPa) and deemed to be a constant.
Atmospheric Pressure. The average absolute atmospheric will be assumed to be the pressure value as reasonably determined for each meter location pursuant to generally accepted practices such as from published local data or by calculating from a local elevation. If the pressure transmitter being used is capable of measuring actual atmospheric pressure, then actual atmospheric pressure may be used by Gatherer. SPECIFIC TERMS IN THIS EXHIBIT HAVE BEEN REDACTED BECAUSE CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT FOR THOSE TERMS HAS BEEN REQUESTED. THE REDACTED MATERIAL HAS BEEN SEPARATELY FILED WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION, AND THE TERMS HAVE BEEN MARKED AT THE APPROPRIATE PLACE WITH TWO ASTERISKS (**).
Atmospheric Pressure. For the purposes of measurement the atmospheric pressure at the Point of Receipt and at the Point of Delivery shall be determined in accordance with the regulations provided in Clause 4.1 of this Article and shall be rounded to the nearest one-hundredth (1/100) of a kPa and deemed to be constant.