Kentucky West Virginia Gas Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 18-002, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 60 Original Sheet No. 60 : Superseded





system without the prior written authorization of Pipeline. No

employee or agent of Pipeline will disclose to any third party any

information concerning research performed through the use of the

electronic bulletin board system.




31.1 Purpose


This section sets forth the mechanisms for recovery by Pipeline of

the various types of transition costs identified for pipeline

recovery under Part 284 of the Commission's Regulations.


31.2 Costs to be Recovered


(a) Account 191 Costs


On the date that Pipeline's compliance filing tariff sheets,

including this Section 31, become effective, Pipeline will

terminate its PGA and the net balance remaining in Pipeline's

Account 191 on such date will be recovered or refunded

through a surcharge or credit applicable to Pipeline's

converting Rate Schedules PLS and GSS customers based upon

each customer's average level of purchases during the

twelve-month period ending April 8, 1992.


As an option to the surcharge, any customer owing Pipeline a

balance in excess of $25,000 may elect to pay such amounts

over a twenty-four month period. Interest shall accrue on the

unpaid balance at the rate computed using the factors

specified in Section 157.67 of the Commission's regulations

until such time as the full amount due has been paid.


From the date of termination of its PGA, Pipeline will have a

nine-month reconciliation period to determine the final

balance in Account No. 191. Any underrecoveries determined

after such nine-month period will not be recoverable. All

refunds received, however, even if after the termination of

Pipeline's PGA, will be refunded to the customers that were

subject to the surcharge or credit.