CNG Transmission Corporation

Second Revised Volume No. 1

 Contents / Previous / Next / Main Tariff Index



Effective Date: 08/01/1995, Docket: RP95-366-001, Status: Effective

Second Revised Sheet No. 361 Second Revised Sheet No. 361 : Superseded

Superseding: First Sheet No. 361



Transition Cost Adjustments



be made no less than 30 days prior to the

proposed effective date. Each quarterly filing

shall be accompanied by supporting workpapers

showing the Stranded Account No. 858 Costs, any

adjustments thereto, the billing determinants and

the calculation of the unit surcharge or

surcharges to be applied to the reservation

charges. The surcharge or surcharges shall be

designed to collect all actually incurred

Stranded Account No. 858 Costs over some or all

of the reservation charge billing units for firm

transportation service that will be rendered

under Part 284 of the Commission's regulations

during the three month period that the surcharge

will be in effect.


4. As part of Pipeline's February 1 filing each

year, Pipeline shall file a report with the

Commission documenting the billing and recovery

of amounts accrued as Stranded Account No. 858

Costs. The report shall calculate any under- or

over-recovery of Stranded Account No. 858 costs

actually incurred during the effective period of

the surcharge ending October 31 of the previous

year. As part of Pipeline's February 1 filing it

shall adjust its Stranded Cost Surcharge to

return any over-collection or applicable refunds

to its Customers or to collect any under-

collection from its Customers, including interest

as appropriate.


18.3 New Facility Costs.


A. Pipeline shall be permitted to increase its

jurisdictional rates to recover from its Firm

Customers New Facility Costs incurred by Pipeline to

comply with Order Nos. 636 et seq. by filing a general

Section 4 rate change application with the Commission.


B. The term "New Facility Costs" shall be defined as: all

costs incurred by Pipeline to comply with the

provisions of Order No. 636 et seq. including, but not

limited to capital costs, operation and maintenance

costs, and administrative and general costs.