Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 06/13/2008, Docket: RP08-376-000, Status: Effective
Original Sheet No. 5 Original Sheet No. 5 ANNUAL CHARGE ADJUSTMENT PROVISION1. Purpose - This Section establishes an Annual Charge Adjustment Provision("ACA") which will permit MIGC to recover from its Customers and Shippers theannual charges assessed to MIGC by the Commission under Part 382 of theCommission's Regulations. Because MIGC is able to recover its annual chargespursuant to this ACA provision, and in accordance with Section154.38(d)(6)(ii)(A) of the Commission's Regulations, it is MIGC's intent notto recover any annual charges in a general rate case under Section 4 of theNatural Gas Act.2. Applicability - The ACA is applicable to each rate schedule contained inSecond Revised Volume No. 1 of the FERC Gas Tariff for which system wide ratesand charges are charged and reflected on Sheet No. 4 hereof, or for whichrates and charges are assessed in accordance with the rate provisions ofindividually certificated rate schedules as reflected on Sheet No. 4 hereof.3. Adjustment Date - The Adjustment Date shall be October 1 of each year or asdirected by an order of the Commission. On the Adjustment Date, MIGC shallincrease or decrease the ACA unit charge to each of the applicable rateschedules as authorized by the Commission to be recovered by MIGC. For thoserate schedules with a two-part rate, the ACA unit charge shall only apply tothe commodity component of such rate.4. Current Annual Charge Rate Adjustment - The Current Annual Charge RateAdjustment shall be the unit amount, adjusted as necessary for heating valueand pressure base, which the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission orders to beeffective for the fiscal year commencing on the Effective Date of Adjustment.5. Effective Date - The ACA unit charge shall become effective October 1 ofeach year or as directed by an order of the Commission if: (a) MIGC has paid the applicable annual charge in compliance with Section382.103 of the Commission's Regulations; and (b) the ACA unit charge is not subject to suspension or refund obligation.