Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation

Sixth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 02/18/1996, Docket: RP96-117-000, Status: Effective

Sixth Revised Sheet No. 625 Sixth Revised Sheet No. 625 : Effective

Superseding: Fifth Revised Sheet No. 625

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

filing under seal a Revised and Superseding List A and

List B. Revisions to List A and List B are necessary

to reflect contract terminations since February 2, 1993

and the Commission's April 22, 1993 Order in Docket No.

RS92-11. Revised and Superseding List A and List B

will be available for review in Houston and Washington

upon execution of an appropriate protective and non-

disclosure agreement.

 

(2) Pipeline will make filings to be effective commencing

on July 1, 1993, and quarterly thereafter, subject to

the receipt of necessary Commission authorization, to

recover any Gas Supply Realignment Costs actually

incurred and booked by the end of the quarter preceding

the filing and which are known and measurable, plus

carrying charges calculated on the net outstanding

balance (i.e., after Gas Supply Realignment revenues

are received and credited) from the date of incurrence

of such Gas Supply Realignment Costs to the projected

date of payment as determined pursuant to Section

154.403(c)(7) of the Commission's regulations;

provided, however, that on and after the date of the

credit calculated pursuant to Section 15.2(C)(4)

carrying charges shall be computed on the net

outstanding balance.

 

(a) Ninety percent (90%) of such Gas Supply

Realignment Costs shall be allocated between

aggregate MDQs under Rate Schedules FT-1, LLFT and

VKFT associated with incremental facility

expansions implemented on or after June 1, 1993,

and the aggregate MDQs under Rate Schedules CDS

and FT-1 associated with systemwide service. Such

allocation shall be based on the dekatherm miles

underlying the affected incremental or systemwide

services divided by the total dekatherm miles

underlying both incremental facility expansions

and systemwide services. The allocation to the

Customers' individual MDQs under Rate Schedules

FT-1, LLFT and VKFT associated with incremental

facility expansions and the Customers' individual

MDQs under Rate Schedules CDS and FT-1 associated

with systemwide service shall be pro rata based on

the ratio of the Customer's individual MDQs to the

aggregate MDQs associated with incremental

facility expansions, if applicable, or systemwide

service, respectively. Such Gas Supply

Realignment Costs shall be recovered from such

Customers under Rate Schedules CDS, FT-1, LLFT and

VKFT by means of a GSR Demand Surcharge per MDQ.