Pacific Gas Transmission Company
First Revised Volume No. 1-A
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Effective Date: 08/01/2000, Docket: MT00- 9-000, Status: Effective
Fourth Revised Sheet No. 85 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 85 : Effective
Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 85
TRANSPORTATION GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
22. ANNUAL CHARGE ADJUSTMENT (ACA) PROVISION
22.1 Purpose: PG&E GT-NW shall recover from Shippers the annual charge
assessedto PG&E GT-NW by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
for budgetary expenses pursuant to Section 154.38(d)(6) of the
Commission's regulations and Order No. 472 issued May 29, 1987.
PG&E GT-NW shall recover this charge by means of an Annual Charge
Adjustment (ACA); a per unit rate equivalent to the unit rate
assessed against PG&E GT-NW by the Commission shall be included in
PG&E GT-NW's transportation rates. (During the period that this ACA
provision is in effect, PG&E GT-NW shall not recover in a Natural
Gas Act Section 4 rate case annual charges recorded in FERC Account
No. 928 assessed to PG&E GT-NW by the Commission pursuant to Order
22.2 Filing Procedure: The notice period and proposed effective
date of filings pursuant to this paragraph shall be as
permitted under Section 4 of the Natural Gas Act; provided,
however, that any such filing shall not become effective unless
they become effective without suspension or refund obligation.
22.3 ACA Unit Rate Adjustment: PG&E GT-NW's ACA unit rate shall be the
unit rate used by the Commission to determine the annual charge
assessment to PG&E GT-NW, and shall be reflected in the Statement
of Effective Rates and Charges of this FERC Gas Tariff First
Revised Volume No. 1-A.
22.4 Affected Rate Schedules: The ACA provision shall apply to all
rate schedules contained in PG&E GT-NW's FERC Gas Tariff First
revised Volume No. 1-A.
23. SHARED OPERATING PERSONNEL AND FACILITIES
PG&E GT-NW does not share any operating personnel or facilities
with its Marketing Affiliates. To the extent PG&E elects service
under Rate Schedule USS-1, PG&E GT-NW employees involved with the
implementation of USS-1 service will operate independently from
PG&E GT-NW's pipeline operating employees.