Kentucky West Virginia Gas Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 18-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 61D Original Sheet No. 61D : Superseded

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued)

 

 

up to twenty four months by making monthly payments, each of

which shall be equal to a corresponding fraction of the amount

of the exit fee. Carrying charges shall accrue on all unpaid

amounts at the rate computed using the factors specified in Section

157.67 of the Commission's regulations. Any Customer electing to

amortize payments must make such election within five days of

receipt of the bill and must specify the desired amortization

period. In the event of an election to amortize the exit fee, any

Customer may, at any time prior to the end of the amortization

period, pay the entire amount of its unpaid balance to Pipeline

with no further obligation for carrying charges.

 

37. INTERRUPTIBLE REVENUE SHARING

 

The fixed cost components of the rates set forth on Rate Schedules IGS

and ITS in Section 27 are:

 

IGS - $0.3759/dth

 

ITS - $0.2222/dth

 

The total fixed costs allocated to such interruptible services in the

design of such rates is $7,788,355. To the extent that Pipeline

receives revenues derived from the fixed cost components of such rates

in excess of $7,788,335, during the first year of operation under such

schedules, and each succeeding year, ninety percent (90%) of such excess

revenues shall be distributed to Pipeline's firm Customers in direct

proportion to payments received from such firm Customers through

reservation charges under Rate Schedules FGS and FTS for said first year

of operation and each succeeding year. The remaining 10% of such excess

shall be retained by Pipeline together with all other interruptible

revenues.

 

The distribution of the 90% of the excess revenue shall be made on or

before 90 days after the end of the year involved.