Kern River Gas Transmission Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/01/2010, Docket: RP10-449-000, Status: Effective

2nd Rev 2nd Rev 20th Revised Sheet No. 5 2nd Rev 2nd Rev 20th Revised Sheet No. 5

Superseding: 1st Rev 2nd Rev 20th Revised Sheet No. 5

 

. STATEMENT OF RATES 1/ .

RATE SCHEDULES KRF-1, CH-1, UP-1, MO-1, SH-1

FIRM ROLLED-IN RATE SERVICE 2/

(RATES PER DTH)

 

Base

Tariff ACA Rate After

Rate Surcharge Surcharges 3/

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Recourse Rate:

 

Daily Reservation/Demand Rate 4/

Maximum $ 0.4772 $ 0.4772

Minimum $ 0.0000 $ 0.0000

 

10-Year Rate:

 

Daily Reservation/Demand Rate 4/

Maximum $ 0.4772 $ 0.4772

Minimum $ 0.0000 $ 0.0000

 

15-Year Rate:

 

Daily Reservation/Demand Rate 4/

Maximum $ 0.3973 $ 0.3973

Minimum $ 0.0000 $ 0.0000

 

Firm Transportation Commodity/Usage Rate:

 

Maximum $ 0.0600 $ 0.0019 $ 0.0619

Minimum $ 0.0011 $ 0.0019 $ 0.0030

 

Authorized Overrun Rate:

 

Maximum $ 0.7025 $ 0.0019 $ 0.7044

Minimum $ 0.0038 $ 0.0019 $ 0.0057

 

1/ All costs included in rates are transmission costs. Kern River provides no

storage or gathering services.

 

2/ Rates for incrementally-priced firm transportation under Rate Schedule

KRF-1 for the 2003/2010 Expansion Project shippers are set out separately on

Sheet No. 5-A.

 

3/ Transportation rates set forth herein are exclusive of fuel used and lost

and unaccounted-for gas, which all Shippers must furnish in-kind each Day by

applying a fuel reimbursement factor to Receipt Point nominations, pursuant to

Section 12 of the General Terms and Conditions.

 

In addition, rolled-in rate shippers are subject to an electric compressor

fuel surcharge for quantities scheduled for delivery from any receipt point on

Transporter's wholly-owned system to delivery points downstream of the Daggett

compressor station. The surcharge is $0.0001/Dth for quantities within

contract demand and $0.0001/Dth for authorized overrun quantities.

 

4/ All reservation rates are daily rates computed on the basis of 365 days

per year, except that such rates for leap years are computed on the basis of

366 days.