West Texas Gas, Inc.

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/1996, Docket: RP96-377-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 32N Original Sheet No. 32N : Effective







19.5(i) Annual PGA Filing (Continued):


(2) Disbursement calculation -


(i) Commodity disbursement. For those portions of a refund

based on commodity rates, Seller shall determine

each jurisdictional customer's share of the cash disbursement

by taking the ratio of that customer's purchases from the

pipeline for the 12 month period ending three months prior

to the month in which the level in Paragraphs 19.5(i)

(l)(ii)(A) or (l)(ii)(B) is attained, to Seller's

jurisdictional sales for the same 12-month period and

multiplying the ratio by the total amount to be disbursed.


(ii) Demand disbursement. The portions of a refund based

on demand rates, unless otherwise ordered by the Commission,

shall be disbursed on an as-billed basis. The distribution

shall be based on the demand billing determinants of each

customer established during the overcharge period. The

refunds attributable to demand rates shall be distributed in

cash at the time the level in Paragraphs 19.5(i) (l)(ii)(A) or

(l)(ii)(B) is reached and at the end of the

deferral period, if necessary.


(3) Debiting refund subaccount. For any amounts disbursed

in cash, Seller shall debit the refund subaccount of Account

No. 191. If there is a balance of refunds, revenue credits, and

associated carrying charges remaining in the refund subaccount at

the end of a deferral period, Seller shall either:


(i) If the balance is a credit balance, disburse the

amounts in cash in the manner described in Paragraphs 19.5

(i)(2)(i) or (i)(2)(ii); or