Gas Aggregation Service Agreement and Attachments
- Gas Aggregation Service Agreement (PDF, 106 KB)
Service agreement that CTAs must complete and submit prior in order to participate in Core Gas Transport Service with PG&E.
- Customer Authorization for Core Gas Aggregation Service (PDF, 116 KB)
Attachment A to the Request for Gas Aggregation Service. CTAs must obtain signed authorizations from customers it intends to serve on this attachment, prior to providing core aggregation service.
The attachment may be used by the CTA to signup customers. However, all customer switching requests must be submitted electronically through the DASR process.
- Optional Assignment to Core Transport Agent of Firm PGT Pipeline Capacity (PDF, 63 KB)
Attachment C to the Request for Gas Aggregation Service. Completion of this attachment is required of CTAs in order to reserve intrastate capacity on the Pacific Gas Transmission pipeline.
- Core Firm Storage Declaration (PDF, 187 KB)
Attachment D to the Request for Gas Aggregation Service. This Attachment specifies the core firm storage capacity (Assigned Storage) to be utilized and paid for by CTA pursuant to rate Schedules G-CT and G-CFS.
- Formal Communications Between Parties (PDF, 83 KB)
Attachment F to the Request for Gas Aggregation Service. The CTA uses this attachment to designate appropriate contacts for various gas aggregation service procedures.
- Optional Assignment of Core Transport Agent Firm Canadian Pipeline Capacity (PDF, 73 KB)
Attachment G to the Request for Gas Aggregation Service. This attachment specifies the capacity and terms under which PG&E will assign to CTA an incremental pro rata portion of firm capacity contracted for and held by PG&E for its core customers on Alberta Natural Gas Company LTD (ANG) and associated capacity on NOVA, an Alberta Corporation (NOVA), (together referred to as Canadian Capacity), in accordance with Schedule G-CT.
- Authorization for Early Termination (PDF, 75 KB)
Attachment H to the Request for Gas Aggregation Service. By executing this attachment, the CTA is authorizes PG&E to terminate Core Gas Aggregation Service prior to the initial 12 month term when a Customer contacts PG&E to terminate service.
- Certification of Alternate Resources for Rejected Storage Capacity (PDF, 90 KB)
Attachment I to the Request for Gas Aggregation Service. This form is required to the extent that the CTA rejects all or part of either an Initial Allocation or a Mid-Year Allocation. The CTA must provide this executed form to PG&E prior to each Winter Season month, indicating the Alternate Resources held by the CTA, in amounts and delivery reliability at least equal to the storage withdrawal capacity associated with amounts of capacity for the month that the CTA has rejected, per Schedule G-CT.
- Declaration of Alternate Winter Capacity (PDF, 98 KB)
Attachment J to the Request for Gas Aggregation Service. Pursuant to the Firm Winter Capacity Requirement provisions of Schedule C-GT, CTA's may be required , during the winter season, November 1 thru March 31, to contract for firm intrastate transmission capacity equal to the Core Transport Group's pro rata share of PG&E's core reservation of firm intrastate pipeline capacity, excluding the California one-system reservation.
- Core Transport Agent Billing Agreement (PDF, 142 KB)
Attachment K to the Request for Gas Aggregation Service. Completion of this agreement is necessary in order to establish CTA Consolidated Billing.
- Attachment L (PDF, 83 KB)
Consolidated PG&E Billing Attachment L to the request for Gas Aggregation Service. Completion of this attachment is required if PG&E Consolidated Billing is being used by the Gas ESP.
- PG&E Consolidated Billing Options Worksheet (PDF, 97 KB)
Form that specifies the various detailed options and services that CTA has selected related to Consolidated PG&E Billing.
- PG&E Consolidated Billing Pricing Worksheet (PDF, 24 KB)
Form which CTAs must use to make changes to the billing rates that PG&E will use to calculate CTA charges.