Kern River Gas Transmission Company

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 08/01/2009, Docket: RP09-723-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 535 First Revised Sheet No. 535

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 535



Kern River Firm Transportation Services





10.1 Invoicing. When information necessary for invoicing by Transporter is

in the control of Shipper, Shipper shall furnish the actual information

to Transporter on or before the fifth (5th) Business Day of the Month

following the Billing Month. NAESB WGQ 2.3.7: "The cutoff for closing

of measurement is 5 business days after business month." If such

information is not available for Shipper to furnish to Transporter on or

before such 5th business day then Transporter may furnish an estimated

invoice to Shipper, subject to appropriate adjustments after Shipper has

obtained such actual information and furnished same to Transporter.

NAESB WGQ 3.3.14: "The imbalance statement should be rendered prior to

or with the invoice, and the transportation invoice should be prepared

on or before the 9th business day after the end of the production month.

Rendered is defined as postmarked, time-stamped, and delivered to the

designated site." Transporter shall accompany its invoice of monthly

charges with a schedule showing volumes of Gas in Mcf's and heat content

in Dekatherms received and delivered and summarizing the thermal balance

including Thermally Equivalent volumes, fuel Gas, lost and unaccounted

for Gas, Gas vented and any imbalance. Transporter may furnish an

estimated invoice and make appropriate adjustments in the invoice

rendered for the next succeeding Month.


All such monthly invoices by Transporter to Shipper shall fully explain

and show by computations, the factors, amounts and other billing

determinants used by Transporter to compute and determine each of the

charges under this Rate Schedule and the Transportation Service

Agreement, including any adjustments, credits, increases and reductions.

Shipper and Transporter shall have the right to examine, at reasonable

times, the books, records and charts of the other to the extent

necessary to verify the accuracy of any invoice, charge or computation

made under or pursuant to any of the provisions hereof.