Pacific Gas Transmission Company

First Revised Volume No. 1-A

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Effective Date: 09/01/2001, Docket: RP01-501-000, Status: Effective

Sixth Revised Sheet No. 61 Sixth Revised Sheet No. 61 : Effective

Superseding: Fifth Revised Sheet No. 61






6.1 Inspection of Equipment and Data: PG&E GT-NW and Shipper

shall have the right to inspect equipment installed or furnished

by the other, and the charts and other measurement or test data of

the other, at all times during business hours; but the reading,

calibration and adjustment of such equipment and changing of

charts shall be done only by the entity installing or

furnishing same. Unless PG&E GT-NW and Shipper otherwise agree, each

shall preserve all original test data, charts and other similar

records in such party's possession, for a period of at least

six (6) years.


6.2 Information for Billing: When information necessary for

billing by PG&E GT-NW is in the control of Shipper, Shipper shall

furnish such information, estimated if actual is not available,

to PG&E GT-NW on or before the third (3rd) working day of the month

following the month transportation service was rendered. If

shipper furnishes estimated information, the actual information

shall be furnished to PG&E GT-NW on or before the fifth (5th) working

day of the month following the month transportation service was



6.3 Verification of Computations: PG&E GT-NW and Shipper 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 statement, charge or computation made pursuant

to these Transportation General Terms and Conditions and to the

rate schedules to which they apply, within twelve (12) months

of any such statement, charge or computation. The time

limitation for disputing allocations shall be six (6) months

from the date of initial month-end allocation with a three-

month rebuttal period, provided, however, that this limitation

shall not apply in the case of a deliberate omission or

misrepresentation or mutual mistake of fact, and shall not

diminish the parties' other statutory or contractual rights. A

meter adjustment or correction becomes a prior period

adjustment after the fifth (5th) business day following the

Business Month. Any measurement of prior period adjustments

are taken back to the production month. These provisions are

in accordance with GISB Standard 2.3.7, Version 1.4, which

establishes a cutoff for the closing of measurement of 5

business days after business month.