Reliant Energy Gas Transmission Company

Fifth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/01/2002, Docket: RP03- 60-000, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 322 Second Revised Sheet No. 322 : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 322

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(continued)

 

5.7 Balancing (continued)

 

Transporter shall divide the IT Credit Account

amount by the total throughput quantity

transported under Rate Schedule IT during the

Accrual Period.

 

To determine the FT Cash Balancing Revenue

Credit, Transporter shall divide the FT Credit

Account amount by the total Accrual Period

contract demand (i.e., the total Contract

Demands and Contract Delivery Demands, in effect

on January 1 of the Accrual Period, multiplied

by twelve) under Rate Schedules FT and NNTS. The

reservation charge for Shippers under Rate

Schedules FT and NNTS, and the commodity charge

for Shippers under Rate Schedule IT, shall be

adjusted by, respectively, the FT Cash Balancing

Revenue Credit, or the IT Cash Balancing Revenue

Credit, such adjustment to be effective on each

May 1, for the twelve Month Accrual Period

ending on the prior January 31.

 

(3) A. Transporter shall offset a Shipper's Monthly

Imbalances incurred in the prior Month in

multiple Pooling Areas, which, individually, do

not exceed ten percent (10%) of total deliveries

under the Service Agreement for the Pooling

Area, as provided in this sub-section A. prior

to aggregating Shipper's Monthly Imbalances

under sub-section B. below. For purposes of

this sub-section A. only, after excluding the

Monthly Imbalances as described above,

Transporter shall aggregate the eligible Monthly

Imbalances for the Pooling Area to determine

whether the net quantity is comprised of

Oversupplies or Undersupplies.