Reliant Energy Gas Transmission Company

Fifth Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 12/01/2002, Docket: RP03- 60-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 443 Third Revised Sheet No. 443 : Effective

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 443






recovered pursuant to the mechanism described above.

Transporter shall not be prohibited from recovering

any uncollected amounts related to GSR Costs incurred

during the periods described above pursuant to

methodologies approved by the FERC which may extend

beyond such time periods.


(iv) In conjunction with the filing to be made each year

by Transporter pursuant to Section 23.5 hereof,

Transporter shall determine whether Transporter has

recovered GSR Costs pursuant to Rate Schedule IT by

comparing total Rate Schedule IT, Rate Schedule SBS

and Rate Schedule PHS revenues during the twelve (12)

Months ended January 31 ("Accrual Period") against

the costs of service allocated to be recovered from

Rate Schedule IT, excluding GSR Costs. For the

purpose of this comparison, Rate Schedule IT revenues

shall include revenue from FT and HFT Service

Agreements entered into on or after February 1, 1995,

that are less than twelve (12) Months in duration

("Short-Term Firm Revenues"). To the extent such

revenue exceeds such cost of service allocation,

Transporter shall consider such excess revenue, less

applicable surcharges and variable costs associated

with providing the service, to be GSR Costs up to

recovery of the GSR Costs allocated to Rate Schedule

IT for such period. If total Rate Schedule IT, Rate

Schedule PHS and Rate Schedule SBS revenues for the

period exceed the costs of service and GSR costs

allocated to Rate Schedule IT, the resulting amount

shall be defined as "Excess IT Revenues." If said

costs exceed said revenues, the resulting amount

shall be defined as "Remaining IT Costs". The Excess

IT Revenues or Remaining IT Costs shall be netted in

accordance with the procedure set out in Section

23.7, hereof, to determine the amount of IT Crediting

Revenues, if any. Eighty percent (80%) of any IT

Crediting Revenues, less applicable