Centerpoint Energy Gas Transmission Company
Sixth Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 01/01/2010, Docket: RP10-206-000, Status: Effective
Second Revised Sheet No. 594 Second Revised Sheet No. 594
Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 594
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
23. TRANSITION COSTS RECOVERY MECHANISM (continued)
23.4 Exit Fee.
Transporter shall have the right to collect as part of an exit fee
any remaining unrecovered purchased gas costs pursuant to Section
23.1 above, the GSR Costs, stranded costs and new facilities
costs, upstream firm interstate transportation costs and other
amounts related to services provided to Shippers, as Transporter
and Shipper may agree.
23.5 IT Revenue Credit to Firm Transportation.
The maximum reservation charge under Rate Schedules FT, FT-2, EFT
and NNTS shall be adjusted by the IT Revenue Credit, which shall
be determined by dividing the FT Excess Revenue Share (discussed
at Section 23.2(b)(iv) above) by the total annual contract demand
under Rate Schedules FT, FT-2, EFT and NNTS (i.e., total Contract
Demands and Contract Delivery Demands multiplied by twelve) in
effect on January 1 of the Accrual Period as set out in Section
23.2(b)(iv). The IT Revenue Credit shall be calculated to include
interest on the appropriate amounts, in accordance with Section
154.501 of the Commission's regulations. The appropriate amount of
FT Excess Revenue Share, if any, will be determined in accordance
with the provisions of Section 23.2(b)(iv). Interest on such FT
Excess Revenue Share will accrue from the end of its Accrual
Period to the effective date of the IT Revenue Credit. Transporter
shall file to make the IT Revenue Credit effective each May 1 for
the next succeeding twelve Month period.
23.6 Excess ISS Revenues/Remaining ISS Costs.