Carnegie Interstate Pipeline Company

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Effective Date: 01/01/1995, Docket: CP93-552-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 138 Original Sheet No. 138 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 138

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

31.3 (Continued)

 

with Section 154.67(c) of

the FERC's Regulations, within sixty (60)

days after the date such overrecoveries are

known and measurable.

 

(5) Within thirty (30) days

after the date specified in Section

31.3(a)(3), CIPCO shall file a report with

the FERC, together with necessary

supporting workpapers, showing the final

balance in its Account No. 191 and any

adjustments necessary to reflect the final

postings to Account No. 191. Within thirty

(30) days after CIPCO has completed

recovery or refund of the amounts to be

direct billed or refunded pursuant to this

Section 31.3(a), CIPCO shall file a report

with the FERC, together with necessary

supporting work-papers, showing the total

amounts billed or refunded.

 

(b) Account No. 191 Transition Costs And

Texas Eastern Post-May 31, 1993 CAP Costs Direct

Billed By Upstream Pipeline

 

(1) Commencing October 1, 1993,

CIPCO shall, from time to time, subject to

the receipt of necessary FERC

authorization, direct bill to Col-OH, Col-

PA, NJNG, and UGI the FERC-jurisdictional

portion of amounts direct billed to CIPCO

by Texas Eastern as Account No. 191

transition costs and CAP costs pursuant to

Texas Eastern's FERC Gas Tariff, including

all carrying charges billed to CIPCO by

Texas Eastern attributable to such amounts

and as yet uncollected by CIPCO from such

customers. CIPCO shall direct bill such

amounts, plus associated carrying charges

computed in accordance with Section 157.67

of the FERC's Regulations, based on the

following allocation percentages:

 

Col-OH 27.7778%

Col-PA 20.8333%

NJNG 37.5000%

UGI 13.8889%