Centerpoint Energy Gas Transmission Company

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 02/28/2003, Docket: RP03-239-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 507 Original Sheet No. 507 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

relevant to such year, including the agreements

which represent Transporter's binding obligation to

pay, may be reviewed by any customer. Such a

repository will be established with respect to the

Initial CSC Charge on March 1, 1992, and review of

such repository may commence on the later of that

date or the date that this section first shall

become effective. Transporter may add to the

information included in the repository at any time.

Information deposited by Transporter in the

repository will include copies of the relevant

settlement agreements and, where appropriate, proof

of payment such as canceled checks. Review of this

material will be pursuant to the form of protective

agreement provided at Section 18.13, or such other

form of protective agreement as may be approved by

the Commission from time to time for use hereunder.

 

(b) Challenges: Each year, any person desiring to

challenge the prudence of the then-relevant Subject

Eligible CSC shall file a protest, in the case of

the Initial CSC Charge, on the later of (i) twenty

(20) Days following the date that this section

first shall become effective, or (ii) March 20,

1992, and in the case of any subsequent CSC Charge,

within the time period provided for in the

Commission's notice of the filing of the proposed

charge. Any person filing such a challenge shall

identify in its initial protest and case in chief

the persons on whose behalf the filing is made;

only persons identified on both a timely filed

initial protest and on a timely filed case in chief

thereafter shall be the persons to whom credits are

to be made, or from which additional payments are

to be received, and which otherwise are to benefit

from or be bound by the outcome of the prudence

challenge. Failure by any person to file a protest

or, if a protest is filed, a case in chief on

prudence