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Uniform classification of accounts for gas utilities

Railroad Commission of Wisconsin

Uniform classification of accounts for gas utilities

prescribed by the Railroad Commission of Wisconsin, November, 1908.

by Railroad Commission of Wisconsin

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Published in Madison .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Wisconsin.
    • Subjects:
    • Gas companies -- Accounting.,
    • Gas companies -- Wisconsin.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF5686.G3 W7
      The Physical Object
      Pagination118 p.
      Number of Pages118
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6550812M
      LC Control Number12033189
      OCLC/WorldCa928170

      (k) “uniform system of accounts” means the system of accounts to be filed by an electric utility as set out in Decision ,4 or by a gas utility as set out in Alberta Regulation /63 (Uniform Classification of Accounts for Gas Utilities). (l) “utility” or “utilities” means all Commission-regulated electric utilities and gas.   The chart of accounts is a list of the account numbers and names relevant to your company. Typically, a chart of accounts will have four categories. The four primary groups in a standard chart of accounts are: Asset accounts Liability accounts Income accounts Expense accounts Within each category, line items will distinguish the specific accounts.

      Uniform classification of accounts for gas utilities. Issue of Effective January 1, Uniform System of Accounts (USoA). The USoA prescribe accounting instructions and classifications to achieve uniform and consistent accounting records to allow regulators to fulfill their regulatory responsibilities. The IURC adopted the NARUC USoA pursuant to IAC for water utilities and IAC for wastewater utilities.

      part public utility books and accounts (general order ) part notice requirements for change in rates for cooling, electric, gas, heating, telecommunications, sewer or water services part uniform system of accounts for gas utilities. In , OCGA § established that the Department of Community Affairs (DCA) develop and maintain a Uniform Chart of Accounts (UCOA) for Local Governments for the purpose of standardization and uniformity in accounting and financial reporting across the state’s municipal, county, and consolidated governments.


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Uniform classification of accounts for gas utilities by Railroad Commission of Wisconsin Download PDF EPUB FB2

For the purpose of 'applying the system of accounts herein prescribed, gas utilities are hereby grouped into the follow- ing three classes: Class A. Utilities having average annual gas operating revenues of $50, or more. Class B. Utilities having average gas operating revenues of more than $5, but less than $50, Uniform classification of accounts for gas utilities.

Madison, Wis.: Railroad Commission, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Railroad Commission of Wisconsin.

Order12 FRDec. 19,provides in part as follows: Prescribing a system of accounts for public utilities and licensees under the Federal Power Act. The Federal Power Commission acting pursuant to authority granted by the Federal Power Act, particularly sections (a), (a), andand paragraph (13) of section 3, section 4(b) thereof, and finding.

Buy Uniform Classification of Accounts for Gas Utilities by Nevada Public Service Commission online on at best prices.

Fast and free shipping free returns cash on delivery available on eligible : Hardcover. This Uniform System of Accounts ("USOA") includes the latest changes in accounting and regulatory practices and terminology.

In addition, this USOA has been refined in certain areas to accommodate the deregulated natural gas environment, as well as regulated and non-regulated activities of gas utilities. The Basics of the Uniform System Of Accounts (USofA) for Electric and Gas Utilities is to ensure uniformity and consistency in the reporting of the accounting transactions in the books and records of electric and gas utilities.

a.m. – p.m Understanding FERC Uniform System of Accounts (USofA): Electric and Gas Utilities. Uniform System of Accounts.

For. Municipally-Owned Water Utilities. Classification of Utilities A. For the purpose of applying systems of accounts prescribed by the Commission, Each utility shall keep its books of account, and all other books, records, and memoranda which support the entries in such books of account so it can furnish.

UNIFORM SYSTEM OF ACCOUNTS FOR WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES CLASSIFICATION OF WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES Water and Wastewater Utility Classes (based on annual revenues): Class A: $1, and more Class B: $, to $, Class C: Less than $, Generally, Class A & B utilities maintain their records.

Uniform System of Accounts • Records. Each utility shall keep its books of account, and all other books, records, and memoranda which support the entries in such books of account so as to be able to furnish readily full information as to any item included in any account.

Each entry shall be supported by such detailed information as will permit. Books, accounts, papers, records, and memoranda; inspection and examination Sec. The agents, accountants or examiners employed by the commission shall have authority, under the direction of the commission, to inspect and examine any and all books, accounts, papers, records and memoranda kept by such public utility.

Utilities expense is the cost consumed in a reporting period related to the following types of expenditures: Electricity Heat (gas) Sewer Water The category is sometimes also associated with expenditures for ongoing telephone and internet service.

This expense is considered a mix. CMR UNIFORM SYSTEM OF ACCOUNTS FOR GAS COMPANIES DEFINITIONS are accounted for by crediting the book cost thereof to the utility plant of the annual gas operating revenues of the classification previously applicable to the utility.

Any utility may, at its option, adopt the system of accounts prescribed by the. Uniform classification of accounts for gas utilities / By Railroad Commission of Wisconsin. Abstract "November "Mode of access: Internet Topics: Gas companies, Gas companies. Publisher: Madison, Wis.

Account Classifications Overview 1 - 27 Fund Classifications 1 electric and gas utilities may conform to requirements of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and water and sewer utilities to pronouncements of the National Association of Regulatory Utility A Uniform Chart of Accounts Advisory Committee was established in.

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Open Library. Uniform classification of accounts for electrical utilities. New York, Law reporting co. [©] (OCoLC) Online version: National Association of Railway and Utilities Commissioners (U.S.).

Uniform classification of accounts for electrical utilities. New York, Law reporting co. [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Uniform System of Accounts - Electric Program (5/27/08) B Work order procedures - Electric Program (1/18/94) (See also June 7, addendum) B Preparation and use of the RUS FormConstruction Inventory (12/21/94) Policy on Audits of RUS Borrowers and Grantees (4/30/) Memoranda to Borrowers 9/6/ Accounting.

REGULATORY UTILITY COMMISSIONERS UNIFORM SYSTEM OF ACCOUNTS FOR CLASS A/B WATER COMPANIES Kentucky Public Service Commission Sower Boulevard Frankfort, Kentucky The version of the NARUC USoA for Water Utilities was modified and adopted by the Kentucky Public Service Commission in Utility Classification.

Replace the FERC Classification of Utilities (1A) with the following: This system of accounts applies to all Massachusetts electric utilities, excluding municipal lighting plants. Combined gas and electric utilities will maintain their books for electric utility reporting purposes in accordance with this system.

Uniform Classification of Accounts for Water Utilities (Classic Reprint) [Wisconsin Railroad Commission] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from Uniform Classification of Accounts for Water Utilities Owing to the great difference in sizes of the utilities it was found necessary to prepare two separate schedules which would.

Data Classification for Utilities. Utilities industries often have lengthy and complex supply chain networks and the nature of demands on these types of organisations mean that pricing or other market information can send an entire economy into a spin. Information within the gas, oil and electricity industries can be both particularly valuable.(a) [Article 9 definitions.] In this article: (1) "Accession" means goods that are physically united with other goods in such a manner that the identity of the original goods is not lost.(2) "Account", except as used in "account for", means a right to payment of a monetary obligation, whether or not earned by performance, (i) for property that has been or is to be sold, leased, licensed.List of Expense Accounts.

1. Cost of Sales - also known as Cost of Goods Sold, it represents the value of the items sold to customers before any merchandising companies, cost of sales is normally the purchase price of the goods sold, including incidental costs.