Carolina Gas Transmission Corporation

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/2006, Docket: CP06- 71-001, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 121 Original Sheet No. 121 : Effective

 

(8) Statement of length of time Shipper’s business has

been in operation.

 

(9) Most recent filed statements with the U.S. Securities

and Exchange Commission (or equivalent authority) or

such other publicly available information. Such

financial information generally must include, but not

be limited to, the following: (if publicly traded)

annual and quarterly reports on SEC Forms 10-K and

10-Q, respectively, and Form 8-K reports, if any; (if

privately held) management’s discussion and analysis,

report of independent accountants, financial

statements including balance sheet, income statement,

statement of cash flows, statement of stockholders’

equity, and notes to financial statements. If the

above information is available on the public

internet, Shipper instead may provide instructions

regarding where such statements may be located by

Pipeline.

 

(10) For public entities, the most recent publicly

available interim financial statements, with an

attestation by its chief financial officer that such

statements constitute a true, correct, and fair

representation of financial condition prepared in

accordance with GAAP or equivalent.

 

(11) For non-public entities, including those that are

State-regulated utilities: (i) the most recent

available interim financial statements, with an

attestation by its chief financial officer that such

statements constitute a true, correct, and fair

representation of financial condition prepared in

accordance with GAAP or equivalent; (ii) an existing

sworn filing, including the most recent available

interim financial statements and annual financial

reports filed with the respective regulatory

authority, showing Shipper’s current financial

condition.

 

(12) For State-regulated utility local gas distribution

companies, documentation from their respective State

regulatory commission (or equivalent authority) of an

authorized gas supply cost recovery mechanism that

fully recovers both gas commodity and transportation

capacity costs and is afforded regulatory asset

accounting treatment in accordance with GAAP or

equivalent.