Mojave Pipeline Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/03/2010, Docket: RP10-706-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 250 First Revised Sheet No. 250

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 250

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

13. Fuel and L&U (Continued)

The Current L&U Reimbursement Period Percentage shall be based on

Historical L&U Data divided by the sum of Total Receipt Throughput.

Total Receipt Throughput is the sum of all transportation receipt

transactions on which L&U is retained. Historical L&U Data and/or

Total Receipt Throughput may be adjusted for quantifiable projected

activities expected to occur on Transporter's system during the

Current Reimbursement Period.

 

Collection L&U Historical L&U Data

Reimbursement = -----------------------------------

Percentage Applicable Total Receipt Throughput

 

13.6 The Fuel Volumetric True-Up Reimbursement Percentage shall be

calculated to true-up volumetric differences in the fuel amounts

retained and amounts that actually occurred. Fuel Over/Under

Collection Percentage shall be determined by dividing the difference

between the amount of Fuel Used and Fuel Retained by the Total

Receipt Throughput.

 

13.7 The L&U Volumetric True-Up Reimbursement Percentage shall be the

true-up volumetric differences in the L&U amounts retained and

amounts that actually occurred. L&U Over/Under Collection Percentage

shall be determined by dividing the difference between the amount of

L&U Used and L&U Retained by the Total Receipt Throughput.

 

13.8 Fuel, Linepack and Gas Balance Adjustment Percentage shall be equal

to the quotient of the Fuel, Linepack and Gas Balance Adjustment

(see Section 13.9) divided by the Total Receipt Throughput.

 

Fuel, Linepack and

Fuel, Linepack and Gas Balance Adjustment

Gas Balance Adjustment = ----------------------------

Percentage Total Receipt Throughput

 

13.9 The Fuel, Linepack and Gas Balance Adjustment shall be equal to the

dollar amount that represents the net of all gas balance cost and

revenue activity as described below expressed in Dth. The Dth

shall be computed by dividing the net revenue or expense by the

Average System Spot Price (see Section 13.11).

This dollar amount shall be measured by the difference between

revenue generated by Operational Sales and other credit activity

(see Section 13.9(a)) and expense incurred by Operational Purchases

and other debit activity (see Sections 13.9(b), 13.9(c), 13.9(d),

13.9(e), 13.9(f) and 13.9(g)). Revenues in excess of expenses

shall be returned to shippers via a reduction to the L&U

percentage, expenses in excess of revenues will be collected from

shippers by an increase to the L&U percentage.