Pacific Gas Transmission Company
First Revised Volume No. 1-A
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Effective Date: 03/27/2002, Docket: RP02-164-000, Status: Effective
Fourth Revised Sheet No. 138 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 138 : Effective
Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 138
TRANSPORTATION GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
35. Competitive Equalization Surcharge Revenue Credit
(a) Applicability. Competitive Equalization Surcharge ("CES")
revenues received by PG&E GT-NW will be credited to Eligible
Shippers as set forth below.
(b) Eligible Shippers. A Shipper shall be eligible to receive
a credit of CES revenues if it takes service under Rate
Schedule FTS-1, LFS-1, or ITS-1.
(c) Timing of Credits. Within 45 days after November 1st of each year,
PG&E GT-NW shall determine the total amount of the CES revenues
received during the previous 12-month period and the portion of
such amount to be credited to each Eligible Shipper as described
below. Such revenue credits shall be reflected as a credit
billing adjustment on the next bills rendered to the Eligible
Shippers. In the event that such credit billing adjustment would
result in a net credit on the total bill to any Shipper, or in
the event the Eligible Shipper no longer is a shipper on
PG&E GT-NW's system, PG&E GT-NW will pay to such Shipper its share
of the CES revenues within 15 days after determination of the
amount of the credit due to the Shipper.
(d) Allocation Method. CES revenues shall be credited to each
Eligible Shipper based on the proportion of the revenues received
during the 12-month period from each Eligible Shipper for service
rendered under Rate Schedules FTS-1, LFS-1 and ITS-1 (exclusive of
service rendered on the Extensions) divided by the total revenue
received from Eligible Shippers during such period.
(e) Payment of Interest. PG&E GT-NW shall pay interest to Eligible
Shippers on any revenue credits from the date such credits accrue.
Such interest shall be calculated based upon the methodology of
interest specified in Section 154.501(d) of the Commission's