43 CFR § 3174.12 - Measurement tickets.
(a) Tank gauging. After oil is measured by tank gauging under §§ 3174.5 and 3174.6 of this subpart, the operator, purchaser, or transporter, as appropriate, must complete a uniquely numbered measurement ticket, in either paper or electronic format, with the following information:
(2) Unique tank number and nominal tank capacity;
(3) Opening and closing dates and times;
(4) Opening and closing gauges and observed temperatures in °F;
(5) Observed volume for opening and closing gauge, using tank specific calibration charts (see § 3174.5(c));
(9) S&W content percent;
(10) Unique number of each seal removed and installed;
(11) Name of the individual performing the tank gauging; and
(12) Name of the operator.
(b) LACT system and CMS.
(1) At the beginning of every month, and, unless the operator is using a flow computer under § 3174.10, before conducting proving operations on a LACT system, the operator, purchaser, or transporter, as appropriate, must complete a uniquely numbered measurement ticket, in either paper or electronic format, with the following information:
(ii) Unique meter ID number;
(iii) Opening and closing dates;
(iv) Opening and closing totalizer readings of the indicated volume;
(vii) API oil gravity. For API oil gravity determined from a composite sample, the observed API oil gravity and temperature must be indicated in °F and the API oil gravity must be indicated at 60 °F. For API oil gravity determined from average density (CMS only), the average uncorrected density must be determined by the CMS;
(viii) The average temperature in °F;
(ix) The average flowing pressure in psig;
(x) S&W content percent;
(xi) Unique number of each seal removed and installed;
(xii) Name of the purchaser's representative; and
(xiii) Name of the operator.
(2) Any accumulators used in the determination of average pressure, average temperature, and average density must be reset to zero whenever a new measurement ticket is opened.