Williams Natural Gas Company
Second Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 01/01/1996, Docket: TM96-2-43-000, Status: Effective
Third Revised Sheet No. 250 Third Revised Sheet No. 250 : Superseded
Superseding: Substitute Second Revised Sheet No. 250
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
12. INTERRUPTIBLE CAPACITY AND CREDITING OF INTERRUPTIBLE AND AOS REVENUE
12.2 Rate Schedule ISS Revenues
Gross revenues received from interruptible storage services,
reduced by applicable penalties, surcharges and the variable cost
of providing the service, shall first be applied to costs allocated
to such service. Remaining Rate Schedule ISS revenues shall be
refunded to Primary Shippers purchasing firm storage service based
on each Shipper's pro-rata share of total reservation charge
revenue received by WNG during the twelve-month period the ISS
revenue was received.
13. FUEL AND LOSS REIMBURSEMENT
Shippers shall reimburse WNG for fuel and loss (fuel and loss) in kind.
A separate fuel and loss reimbursement percentage shall be stated for
each gathering area, the Production Area, the Market Area and for
13.1 Filing of Fuel and Loss Reimbursement Percentages
WNG shall file revised fuel and loss reimbursement percentages each
year based on actuals for the preceding twelve month period ended
September 30. Any difference between actual fuel and loss in the
prior twelve month period and the quantity retained in kind
hereunder for such twelve month period shall be included in the
calculation of revised fuel and loss reimbursement percentages for
the following year. Such annual filing shall be made no later than
December 1st to be effective January 1st.
13.2 Method of Calculation of Fuel and Loss
Actual fuel consumed at each compressor station or other fuel
consuming facility is measured and is assigned to the area
(Production/Market/Storage) where such facility is located.
Transmission system losses are calculated by (1) subtracting actual
deliveries off the system and actual fuel consumed from actual
receipts on the system; and (2) subtracting net storage injections
or adding net storage withdrawals to the result obtained in (1).
Such transmission system losses are then allocated to the