18 CFR 157.207 - General reporting requirements.

§ 157.207 General reporting requirements.
On or before May 1, or each year, or in the case of emergency reconstruction activity, prior to any activity, the certificate holder must file, in the manner prescribed in §§ 157.6(a) and 385.2011 of this chapter, an annual report signed under oath by a senior official of the company, that lists for the previous calendar year:
(a) For each new facility authorized by §§ 157.208, 157.210, 157.212, or 157.213, the information specified in § 157.208(e);
(b) For each delivery point authorized under § 157.211(a)(1), the information required by § 157.211(c);
(c) for each temporary compressor facility under § 157.209, the information required by § 157.209(b);
(d) For each storage project tested or developed under § 157.215, the information specified in § 157.215(b)(1);
(e) For each abandonment authorized under § 157.216(a), the information specified in § 157.216(d);
(f) For each change in rate schedule authorized under § 157.217, the information specified in § 157.217(b);
(g) For each change in customer name authorized under § 157.218, the information specified in § 157.218(b); and
(h) If any activity required to be reported under this section was not undertaken, a statement to that effect.
[Order 436, 50 FR 42490, Oct. 18, 1985, as amended by Order 493, 53 FR 15030, Apr. 27, 1988; Order 603, 64 FR 26607, May 14, 1999; Order 603, 66 FR 15347, Mar. 19, 2001; Order 633, 68 FR 31605, May 28, 2003; Order 686, 71 FR 63693, Oct. 31, 2006; Order 686-A, 72 FR 37436, July 10, 2007]

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