20.55.02.02

.02 Acceptable Standards.

A. In addition to the regulations found in this chapter, each utility or gas master meter operator shall comply with the following federal regulations, which are incorporated by reference:

(1) 49 CFR 40, "Procedures for Transportation Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs", as amended;

(2) 49 CFR 191, "Transportation of Natural and Other Gas by Pipeline; Annual Reports, Incident Reports, and Safety Related Condition Reports", as amended;

(3) 49 CFR 192, "Transportation of Natural and Other Gas by Pipeline: Minimum Federal Safety Standards", as amended;

(4) 49 CFR 193, "Liquefied Natural Gas Facilities: Federal Safety Standards", as amended;

(5) 49 CFR 199, "Drug and Alcohol Testing", as amended.

B. Each utility or gas master meter operator shall use as accepted good engineering practice the applicable provisions in:

(1) The GPTC Guide for Gas Transmission and Distribution Piping Systems 2003, Volume One with Addenda No. 1—4, which are incorporated by reference;

(2) The American National Standard, "National Fuel Gas Code", ANSI Z223.1 (1988), which is incorporated by reference;

(3) "Orifice Metering of Natural Gas", Report No. 3 of American Gas Association Gas Measurement Committee;

(4) The American National Standard for Gas Displacement Meters (500 Cubic Feet per Hour Capacity and Under), (ANSI B109.1 and ANSI B109.2), which is incorporated by reference;

(5) The American National Standard for Diaphragm Type Gas Displacement Meters (Over 500 Cubic Feet per Hour Capacity), (ANSI B109.2), which is incorporated by reference;

(6) The American National Standard for Rotary Type Gas Displacement Meters, (ANSI B109.3), which is incorporated by reference.