Centerpoint Energy - Mississippi River

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 43-006, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 206 Original Sheet No. 206 : Effective

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

16. TRANSITION COST RECOVERY MECHANISMS (Continued)

 

(D) MRT shall maintain separate deferred cost

subaccounts on its books for each upstream pipeline

reflecting the balance of any over or under collection

of amounts included in the Account No. 858 surcharge.

Carrying charges shall be computed in accordance with

Commission regulations on any over or under

collections. Deferred balances accummulated during

each quarter shall be reflected in the subsequent

tracking filing.

 

(iv) Prior to the implementation of MRT's upstream

capacity allocation program, MRT will make available to

current bundled firm sales Customers and interested third

parties for their review all pertinent upstream pipeline

service agreements, discount letters, tariffs, and rate

settlement agreements. Copies of these documents can be

obtained by written request, or can be inspected in MRT's

office in St. Louis. In either event, a confidentiality and

nondisclosure agreement must be signed by the potential

assignee or its legal representative before copies may be

obtained or reviewed.

 

(v) Effective with the date of assignment, all rights

and obligations contained in or related to MRT's upstream

pipeline service agreements, discount letters, and the

provisions of any rate settlement agreements shall become

the responsibility of the Customer accepting assignment.

Any charges incurred subsequent to assignment by MRT

applicable to services rendered by the upstream pipeline

prior to assignment shall be recoverable by MRT as a

transition cost using the methodology set forth in Section

16.2 above, notwithstanding any offsets previously provided

pursuant to this transition cost crediting mechanism.