Granite State Gas Transmission, Inc.

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/07/2020, Docket: RS93- 1-001, Status: Accepted

Original Sheet No. 235 Original Sheet No. 235 : Effective

 

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

 

19. FLOW THROUGH OF FIXED TAKE-OR-PAY DEMAND CHARGES FROM TENNES-

SEE GAS PIPELINE COMPANY (continued)

 

19.5 Filing Procedure

 

At least thirty days prior to the effective date of each

Take-or-Pay Demand Cost Surcharge period during which

Transporter will be billed by Tennessee, Transporter

shall file with the Commission Tariff Sheet No. 25 of

Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff, reflecting the Take-or-

Pay Demand Charges to be effective during the upcoming

surcharge period. In the event Tennessee has made its

filing so that Transporter cannot give the requisite 30

days' notice, Transporter shall make its filing within

15 days after receipt of notice from Tennessee of its

rate change.

 

19.6 Establishment of Take-or-Pay Account

 

Transporter shall establish a separate Take-or-Pay ac-

count for Take-or-Pay Demand charges. The Take-or-Pay

account shall be maintained by separate subaccounts for

each of Transporter's customers reflecting the alloca-

tion of Take-or-Pay charges among Shippers in accord

with the Allocation Percentages shown on the effective

Tariff Sheet No. 239 of Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff.

 

The initial balance as of March 31, 1991 in each

Shipper's subaccount of the Take-or-Pay Account shall be

the difference between (i) the Demand Take-or-Pay Charg-

es assessed Transporter by Tennessee including carrying

charges through April 30, 1991 multiplied by each

Shipper's respective allocation percentage and (ii) the

amount of any payments previously made by Transporter to

Tennessee plus carrying charges calculated from the date

of payment through April 30, 1991 multiplied by each

Shipper's former allocation percentages under the pur-

chase deficiency methodology and the Order No. 528 AQL

methodology.