CNG Transmission Corporation

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 01/13/1994, Docket: RP94- 31-001, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 358 First Revised Sheet No. 358 : Superseded

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 358

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Transition Cost Adjustments

 

 

March 31, 1995. Customers are placed on notice that

Pipeline, after termination of its purchased gas

adjustment clause, may incur purchased gas costs

arising under any contract as a result of an

arbitration or mediation order, court order, or

settlement of litigation, including any contract

assigned by Pipeline under Article XIII.A of the

Stipulation and Agreement approved by the Commission

in Docket No. RS92-14-000. In such event, Pipeline

may file to recover any such costs in its rates under

Section 4 of the Natural Gas Act. The eligibility

and prudence of any claimed costs shall be issues to

be resolved in the Section 4 proceedings.

 

E. Account No. 186. Pipeline shall create new

subaccounts of Account No. 186 to record over- and

under-recoveries of Transportation Costs as permitted

by Section 15 of the General Terms and Conditions of

this Tariff. Account No. 186 subaccounts shall also

be used to (1) record out-of-period adjustments

associated with transportation services received

prior to the effective date of this tariff provision,

(2) record refunds of costs associated with

transportation services received prior to the

effective date of this tariff provision, (3) make and

record all entries of amounts received by Pipeline as

a result of the direct bill, and (4) record all

carrying costs. Pipeline will be permitted to accrue

carrying charges on its Account No. 186 subaccount

balances before and after March 31, 1995.

 

F. If on or before March 31, 1995, Pipeline receives

PGA- related refunds from its suppliers or TCRA-

related refunds from its transporters attributable to

services rendered prior to October 1, 1993, Pipeline

shall flow through such refunds to its Customers by

offsetting Account No. 191 and Account No. 186

Transition Costs; provided, however, that Customers

that receive service exclusively under Rate Schedules

GSS, GSS-II, FT, or IT shall receive their refunds

either in cash or as a credit to their next regular

bill(s) for service. If after March 31, 1995,

Pipeline receives PGA-related refunds from any of its

gas suppliers attributable to service rendered prior

to October 1, 1993, Pipeline shall refund the amount

received, in cash, to its customers, with each