Centerpoint Energy - Mississippi River
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 01/01/1995, Docket: TM95-4-25-001, Status: Effective
Sub 2 Revised Sheet No. 212 Sub 2 Revised Sheet No. 212 : Effective
Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 212
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
17. INTERRUPTIBLE REVENUE CREDITING MECHANISM
MRT shall refund to Rate Schedule FTS, SCT and FSS Customers certain
revenues derived from services provided under Rate Schedules ITS and ISS
and certain revenues derived from Authorized Overrun Service (AOS).
17.1 Filing of Interruptible Revenue Credit Refund
(a) At least thirty (30) days prior to the end of each
calendar year, MRT shall file with the Commission schedules
reflecting the Interruptible Revenue Credit Refund to each FTS, SCT
and FSS Customer. Such refund shall reflect the flowthrough of
certain Excess Revenues, if any, computed as described hereinbelow
that have accumulated during the twelve month period ended each
October 31 that precedes the effective date of refund (Interruptible
Revenue Credit Accumulation Period).
(b) MRT shall mail any refunds, including interest calculated
from the end of the accumulation period to the date the refund is
made, within ten (10) days following a final, nonappealable
Commission order accepting MRT's refund filing. A refund report will
be filed with the Commission thereafter reflecting the total amounts
disbursed including principal and interest.
17.2 Computation of Interruptible Revenue Credit Refund
(a) The Interruptible Revenue Credit Refund applicable to
Rate Schedules FTS and SCT shall be distributed in proportion to the
percentage of total reservation revenues paid by each such Customer
to the total reservation revenues paid by all such Customers during
the Interruptible Revenue Credit Accumulation Period.