MEASURING. Operator shall install, maintain and operate all facilities necessary for the measurement of Petroleum at each Production Measurement Point. Operator shall notify ROC prior to any calibration of such measurement facilities and allow ROC's representatives to attend such calibration activities. Unless agreed otherwise by the Parties, any inaccuracy determined during such calibration activities shall be deemed to have existed since the mid-point between the last calibration and the current calibration.Similarly, Export Oil that may be lifted by Contractor shall be measured at the Delivery Measurement Point in accordance with standard SOMO measurement practices. Operation and calibration of the metering equipment and procedures for measurement and sampling shall be in accordance with the prevailing standards of the international petroleum industry. The Parties shall agree the procedure for measuring the volume and quality of Petroleum and shall have the right of access to Production Measurement Points and the right of witnessing calibration thereof. CLAUSE 7. TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
MEASURING. Payment for excavated amount shall be made by measuring with topographic methods volumes excavated in rock bench (BCM), ore and waste rock, and transforming said volumes into tonnes of rock with mean weighed density DMP=2.745 t/m3b. Measuring shall be to place of origin and any volume already measured and billed in prior months shall be discounted. The result in tonnes shall be multiplied by the base price per tonne of rock in force at billing date (base price and/or up-dated price) and relevant adjustments contemplated in the Agreement herein shall be made over that amount.
MEASURING. The CONTRACTOR shall do the measuring, sampling and quality control of the Hydrocarbons produced, and it shall maintain all equipment or measuring instruments duly calibrated as per the standards and methods accepted by the Oil Industry’s Good Prices and according to the legal and regulatory provisions in force, performing the assays required and doing all corrections pertinent for the liquidation of the net volumes of Hydrocarbons received and delivered in standard conditions. The CONTRACTOR shall adopt all actions required to preserve the integrity, reliability and safety of the facilities and the control equipment or instruments. Besides, it shall keep, for the term ordered by the Commerce Code and all other pertinent norms, the records of the periodic calibration of said instruments or equipment and of the daily measurements of production and consumption of Hydrocarbons and fluid in each Commercial Field for the revision of the XXX and of the competent authorities. The XXX shall have the right to inspect the measuring equipment installed by the CONTRACTOR as well as all measuring units in general.
MEASURING. “Measuring” is the estimation of timber quantities using certain dimensions and applicable volume tables or formulae to determine the contents of trees or stands in a standard manner. Sampling may be on an individual tree or area basis. Examples of standard procedures are tree measurement, sample tree meas- urement, and area estimate. The quantity of timber des- ignated or to be designated for cutting has been or shall be Measured, as specified in CT6.8.
MEASURING. RACC has a strong practice of collecting demographic data from the following groups: • employees • board and committee members • community reviewers, panelists, and other decisionmakers • contractors and vendors • individuals who apply for grant and public art opportunities • individuals who participate in RACC learning programs RACC will continue to collect demographic data from these individuals, including the following categories: • Zip Code • Ethnicity/Race • Gender • Community Identities • Preferred Language