Form cec-1309 Interstate Pipeline Company Quarterly Report




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Form CEC-1309 Interstate Pipeline Company Quarterly Report
Purpose: This form provides data that reveals the annual receipts of natural gas from sources inside California’s border. This information is necessary to complete the total natural gas supply picture for California. The information contributes to the Energy Commission’s modeling of the gas supply and price forecasts.
Authority: California Code of Regulations, Title 20, Division 2, Section 1309.
Who must file: Interstate pipeline companies doing business in California.
When to file: Submit monthly data for the previous quarter on the 15th day of February, May, August and November. If requesting an extension, please read Extension of Deadlines on page 3 of the forms and instructions booklet, Historical Electricity and Natural Gas Data Collection.
How to file: Reports can be submitted by e-mail, electronic format (CD or diskette), fax or U.S. mail. Each submittal must be accompanied with a declaration stating that the person executing the declaration is authorized to do so and is authorized to submit the report on behalf of the company responsible for submitting the report. A sample declaration statement is included with the form on the tab labeled “declaration.”

Where to file:

California Energy Commission

1516 Ninth Street, MS-20

Sacramento, CA 95814

or

QFERGEN@energy.state.ca.us

or

Fax: (916) 654-4559



CEC-1309 Schedule 1 Instructions





  1. Company Name. The name of the Reporting Company.




  1. Original submittal. Check here if this is the first submittal for the reported month.




  1. Correction. Check here if this is a correction to the original report.




  1. Company Number. The five-digit number assigned by the Energy Commission to identify the reporting company.




  1. Year/Quarter. Report the year using four digits, for example 2008. Report the calendar quarter. January-March is quarter 1, April-June is quarter 2, July-September is quarter 3, and October-December is quarter 4.




  1. Units. Check therms or mcf (thousand cubic feet).




  1. Volume. For each month, report all natural gas receipts from sources inside California’s border, expressed in thousand cubic feet or therms.




  1. Btu per cubic foot. For each month, report the average heat content of the natural gas received, expressed in Btu per cubic foot, at point of receipt.


CEC-1309 Schedule 2 Instructions
1. Company Name. The name of the Reporting Company.
2. Original submittal. Check here if this is the first submittal for the reported month.
3. Correction. Check here if this is a correction to the original report.
4. Company Number. The five-digit number assigned by the Energy Commission to identify the reporting company.
5. Year/Quarter. Report the year using four digits, for example 2008. Report the calendar quarter. January-March is quarter 1, April-June is quarter 2, July-September is quarter 3, and October-December is quarter 4.
6. Units. Check therms or mcf (thousand cubic feet).
7. Month. Report the month the deliveries occurred.
8. County. Report the two-digit county number where end-use customers consume the reported energy. A list of county numbers is provided with the form.
9. NAICS Code. The NAICS code describes the primary activity at the location where the natural gas is consumed. At the following website, http://www.census.gov/epcd/www/naics.html, the NAICS code can be determined by typing a keyword that describes the primary activity of where the natural gas is consumed.
10. Number of Accounts. Report the number of customers that purchased end-use gas from your company. California customers are those who will directly consume the natural gas received. Exclude deliveries to a natural gas utility, interstate pipeline or other company for re-delivery.
11. Volume. Report natural gas volumes delivered to designated end-use customers locations in California, expressed in thousand cubic feet (mcf) or therms. California customers are those who will directly consume the natural gas received. Exclude deliveries to a natural gas utility, interstate pipeline or other company for re-delivery.
12. Btu per cubic foot. Report the average heat content of the natural gas received expressed in Btu per cubic foot, at point of receipt.

CEC-1309 Schedule 3 Instructions
1. Company Name. The name of the reporting company.
2. Original submittal. Check here if this is the first submittal for the reported month.
3. Correction. Check here if this is a correction to the original report.
4. Company Number. The five-digit number assigned by the Energy Commission to identify the reporting company.
5. Year/Quarter. Report the year using four digits, for example 2008. Report the calendar quarter. January-March is quarter 1, April-June is quarter 2, July-September is quarter 3, and October-December is quarter 4.
6. Units. Check therms or mcf (thousand cubic feet).
7. Pipeline Code. Enter the appropriate two-digit interstate pipeline by code:
01 Kern River Transmission System

02 Mojave Pipeline Company

03 North Baja Pipeline

04 PG&E GT-Northwest

05 Southern Trails Pipeline

06 Transwestern Pipeline Company



07 Tuscararo Pipeline Company
If delivering gas to more than one pipeline at the delivery point, use the Other (Designate) columns to report the volumes delivered to the second pipeline.
8. Month. Report the month the deliveries occurred.


  1. Volume. Report all natural gas volumes delivered to designated locations in California or at the California border, expressed in thousand cubic feet or therms.




  1. Btu per cubic foot. Report the average heat content of the natural gas expressed in Btu per cubic foot, at point of delivery.


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