A jurisdictional system is a propane system that serves multiple dwellings, buildings, or businesses. A system is jurisdictional if it falls under the description of any of the following:
Some jurisdictional systems are served by a master meter, which is a pipeline system for distributing gas typically found in condominium associations, mobile home parks, apartment complexes, or housing projects. Jurisdiction ends at the outlet swivel of the meter or the connection to the customer’s piping, whichever is further downstream.
A propane system is considered non-jurisdictional if it has fewer than 10 customers and no portion of the system is located in a public place.
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Relevant rules and regulations for jurisdictional propane systems:
Other important rules and regulations you need to know:
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