Southern Star Central Gas Pipeline, Inc.

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Effective Date: 01/01/2010, Docket: RP10-189-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 267B First Revised Sheet No. 267B

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 267B

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

13. FUEL AND LOSS REIMBURSEMENT (Cont'd)

 

affected its ability to perform the shut-in pressure test(s) as

described above, SSC shall provide a detailed explanation of such

operational demands in its annual filing.

 

 

The current charge portion of the storage loss reimbursement

percentage shall be calculated each year based on the most recent

three-year average of actual storage losses divided by the most

recent three-year average of actual customer storage injections.

 

The surcharge portion of the storage loss reimbursement percentage

shall be calculated as follows:

 

Beginning on the effective date of this Section 13.4, Southern

Star shall maintain an over or under recovery account of storage

losses. Such account shall be increased or decreased for the

actual storage losses or gains calculated annually based on the

shut-in pressure tests; and increased or decreased for the

quantity of gas retained or returned to customers. The quantity

of gas retained or returned shall be calculated by multiplying the

actual customer storage injections times the storage loss

reimbursement percentage in effect during the calculation period.

If the balance in such account exceeds 500,000 Dth, either

positive or negative, at December 31 of any year, Southern Star

will calculate a positive or negative surcharge to be effective

April 1 of the following year. Such surcharge shall be calculated

by dividing the volume of gas that exceeds 500,000 Dth by the most

recent three-year average of actual customer storage injections.

 

In the event the storage fuel and loss reimbursement provision

herein is substantially amended or terminated, Southern Star may

calculate a surcharge to recover any underrecovery in such account

and shall calculate a surcharge to refund any overrecovery in such

account.